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MASACKSIC 
Nineteen Hundred 73 

Longmeadow High School 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



EDITORS: MICHAEL PEZZA - NEAL WEBBER 



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How to 

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A 2.8 

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Addition 



A special Town Meeting was 
held in October of 1971 to discuss 
and vote upon the issue of an ad- 
dition to the High School. 
Opponents to the addition felt that 
present facilities could be used in 
better ways; they did not feel that 
the expenditure was called for. 
The proposal was defeated. 

At another meeting in June of 
1972 the proposal gained addi- 
tional support because the State 
would assume 15 percent more of 
the costs. This time the proposal 
was passed with an allocation of 



2.8 million dollars. The main ele- 
ments of the addition involve 
more gym facilities and a pool, a 
new library, Open Classrooms, 
new science labs, and renovation 
of existing areas into a new Fine 
Arts department. 

Students in Longmeadow are 
fortunate in having access to such 
excellent facilities. However, it 
should be remembered that a 
building is only a physical struc- 
ture — it is the students who are 
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This year, the average cost per 
student in the High School is $1, 
276. This monetary value in no 
way represents the possibilities of 
growth and experience which one 
may encounter. The outcome of 
one's learning experience de- 
pends upon the individual and 
how much time and effort he is 
willing to contribute. Students 
have the opportunity to build 
themselves and establish individu- 
al identities. Some students are 
able to gain more than others in 
their four years at the High 
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Building Friends . . . 


The years one spends in school 
allow a person to establish many 
friendships. These relationships 
are built not only in the class- 
room, but also through activities, 
sports, or even in the parking lot. 
The school environment provides 














the opportunity for students and 
teachers to get to know each other 














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Responsibility is 



Both the Senior and Junior 
Classes had Open Door Programs 
this year. Both programs were in 
constant jeopardy of being sus- 
pended due to irresponsibility on 
the part of a small number of stu- 
dents. Both Classes were con- 
stantly threatened with loss of 
their privileges. The irresponsible 
students would "straighten out" 
in response to the warnings, how- 
ever after a while the trouble 
would start again. Although there 
were problems most students 
were responsible enough to use 
the program wisely and they 
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A building is a physical struc- 
ture. It has blueprints and we 
know when its construction is 
complete. People's minds are 
never completed. There are no 
blueprints, no deadlines or specifi- 
cations. Our education is not 
completed, but rather part of an 
unending process. 



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DEDICATION 

ARCHIE BENSON 
DOROTHY REED 



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The 1973 MASACKSIC is dedicated to Archie Benson and Dor- 
othy Reed in gratitude for their contributions to the school while 
heading the Custodial and Cafeteria Staffs. They represent two 
integral departments of the school which are necessary to its 
functioning smoothly. 

Archie is known as a warm and friendly person. He is always 
ready to lend a helping hand, whether to open a jammed locker 
or to find materials for an activity. 

Mrs. Reed is one of the most dedicated, hard-working individu- 
als in the school. She starts her day as early as six o'clock so that 
she can have breakfast ready for the first students who come 
into the cafeteria. She is responsible for extra services such as 
ice cream after school, snacks, and food for various banquets. 

These two people epitomize the friendliness and concern 
which are vital in the world today. 




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TABLE OF 
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Goings-On 
Faculty 
Sports 
Seniors 



Underclassmen 



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LANGUAGES 



The aim of the various Language clubs is to 
familiarize students with the customs of each 
country. The FRENCH CLUB does this by holding 
monthly meetings at which films and slides are 
shown. Early in the year, they had a cookout and 
in May, a French Banquet. In April, the club spon- 
sored a trip to Paris which, as usual, was a great 
success. The advisors are Mr. Potvin and Mr. 
Whittaker with members C. Baschwitz, C. Hayes, 
S. Winer, P. Quinn, J. Cushman, L. Weidman, J. 
Magnan, D. Wingard, J. Benson, A. White, C. 
Madden, A. Daskalakis, M. Giles, M. Goldberg, N. 
Pollard, L. Odentz, K. Lemnios, C. Warshaw, A. 
Lapwing, M. Pezza, R. McNally, S. Olmstead, S. 
Budnick, R. Kweller, K. Campbell, L. Ferguson, I. 
Weinstein, C. Bachand, S. Bonchi, and D. Havens. 

One of Germany's claims to fame is its food. 
The GERMAN CLUB provides an opportunity for 
students to take part in this valuable part of 
German culture by visiting German restaurants. 
Throughout the year the club provides German 
movies and in April, sponsored a trip to Munich. 
Mr. Ostrander is the advisor and the members 
include: J. Fregeau, W. Fuller, V. Barr, M. Bern- 
stein, J. Chis, B. Walters, L. Contos, M. Destefano, 
J. Nichols, J. Murray, L. Michelman, J. Carney, K. 
Schneider, J. Karelitz, N. Heywood, D. Peck, S. 
Waldman, S. Newton, S. Stephan, K. Sibbach, R. 
Heze, A. Mackler, B. Sweitzer, J. Hoffman, L. 
Schiffrin, D. Taylor, B. James, L. Dwight, D. 
Dwight, B. Haubach, C. Coretsoupoules, W. Folk- 
ins, G. Bassett, C. Shimel, M. Lucas, S. Eisner, P. 
Gushue, S. Beyer, C. Epstein, L. Haag, E. Fitzger- 
ald, G. Dibiaso, J. Stearns, J. Warren, B. Craig, D. 
Dipippo, and C. Cerveny. 

Although Latin is considered by some people 
to be a dead language, the LATIN CLUB at L.H.S. 
keeps it alive through monthly talks on Roman 
customs presented by the students of the club. 
They planned a dinner during the year and spent 
a day at U. Conn, viewing "A Funny Thing Hap- 
pened on the Way to the Forum". Mrs. Dudley is 
the advisor and members are L. Taylor, K. Mur- 
ray, M. Riker, C. Bliss, J. Magnan and C. 
Warshaw. 

At SPANISH CLUB meetings, members listen 
to speakers and sing songs. They spent a day at 
U. Mass. participating in Spanish customs. Mr. 
McCarthy is the advisor and members are: S. 
Beyer, D. Wingard, S. Budnick, A. Daskalakis, and 
K. Cloutman. 





1 Mademoiselle Pollard explains to 
French Club members what should be put 
on posters as advisor Monsieur Potvin 
searches for his missing carrot which Mr. 
Whittaker has hidden. 2 Is this a party in 
the parking lot? Too bad, German Club 
has just marched down to the nearest 
Volks and pulled out a German Flag. 

FRENCH CLUB 
GERMAN CLUB 




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LATIN CLUB 
SPANISH CLUB 

1 Winnie has done it again! Our favor- 
ite little friend has even been translat- 
ed into Latin so members of the Latin 
Club can enjoy him too. 2 Spanish 
Club merrily sings its way into the holi- 
day season with Christmas carols sung 
by members and advisor, Mr. 
McCarthy. 



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SERVICES 



Longmeadow High School has various service 
clubs which enable the student to take on the 
responsibilities of serving the school and to be- 
come involved in activities benefiting the school, 
the community, and themselves. 

C. Abrahamsen, D. Havens, R. Kelly, C. Lough- 
man, C. Meskus, and G. O'Grady are the AUDIO 
VISUAL AIDES who assist the school by setting up 
equipment for different functions and helping 
the teachers out during the course of the day. 
Their advisor is Mr. Kuselias. 

Walking into the Guidance Department you 
will find students busy filing, cataloguing and 
helping out fellow students. The GUIDANCE 
AIDES are; S. Alston, J. Holmes, L. Tourville, A. 
Allison, P. Dorman, C. Havens, A. Sivek, L. Flood, 
T. Orenstein, M. Burns, J. Mannix, L. Butterfield, 
M. Labroad, J. Milroy, J. Bronner, B. Pollard, C. 
DelVecchio, C. Baschwitz, D. Vecchierelle, N. 
Lockerby, K. Sturgis, D. Taylor, H. Elsbee, P. Ka- 
gan, N. Leary, P. Shoemaker, B. Dunker, L. Roth, 
M. Rachele, P. Steinman, B. Roden, B. Johnson, 
K. Dorshimer, S. Cahil, A. Egan, G. Savage, and C. 
Bachand. 

From constant use, the Language Lab always 
needs work to keep things in order. LANGUAGE 
LAB AIDES P. Magnan, M. O'Connor, J. Nuals and 
S. Barkhart give their time to this cause. Their 
advisor is Mrs. Kennedy. 

The Library, one of the most beneficial facili- 
ties of the school, needs continuous help in keep- 
ing organization at a peak. LIBRARY AIDES who 
donate their hours are W. Warren, D. Debian, J. 
Fein, T. Gilman, T. Haring, N. Goodwin, M. Farrell, 
J. Webber, and R. Littlefield. 

Coping with the problems and joys of office 
work are the OFFICE AIDES who donate their free 
time to gain experience in the office. These Of- 
fice Aides are S. Medalie, S. Feldman, J. Sadow, 
M. Budington, L. Rappaport and their advisor, 
Mrs. Beck, who is quoted as saying that, "They 
are the right arm of the school. " 

Getting into the business world can be a rough 
experience but the SUPPLY AIDES of the High 
School have gotten a head start by taking on var- 
ious tasks in aiding the school. C. Odentz is the 



student advisor with E. Bailey as his associate. 
Mrs Kane is the faculty advisor. 

"While working for a worthwhile cause, we are 
enjoying ourselves and having fun," Mollie 
Thomas, president of KEYETTES, is quoted as 
saying. Keyettes is a service club based on the 
idea of raising money for organizations depen- 
dant upon funds. Keyettes are: S. Rome, P. Rat- 
ner sec, B. Goldberg, S. Olsen, L. Craven, N. Pol- 
lard, S. Budnick, J. Draymore v. p., S. Feldman, E. 
Gloth, G. Norton, D. Fitzpatrick, A. Daskalakis, J. 
Amatruda, H. Brown, S. Cress, D. Ditmar, D. Fer- 
rarra, C. Hamilton, M. O'Connor, L. Paradzick, B. 
Pollard, C. Sanford, L. Smith, C. Bachand, R. 
Bennett, C. Bliss, R. Broomfield, J. Daves, L. 
Gloth, C. Guertin, S. Jacobs, J. Karelitz, L. Kenne- 
dy, M. Kent, L. Lavin, S. Liden, L. Margolis, M. 
Markarian, L. Muller, L. Rappaport, M. Schnitzer, 
M. Scott, M. Thomas pres., L. Webbler, and D. 
Wingard. Their advisor is Mrs. Hogan. 

The KEY CLUB is another great help to every- 
day school and community life. Their activities 
to raise money range from sponsoring Pep Ral- 
lies to Beautiful Teacher Contests. Members in- 
clude: B. Bocchino pres., J. Griffin, 1st v. p., S. 
Williams, 2nd v. p., J. Cogswell treas. D. Orenstein 
sec, R. Harrington, M. Barger, R. Bennett, M. 
Dunn, P. Elmer, J. Falconer, E. Goldstick, S. 
Holmes, M. Philbin, P. Gushue, J. Leavitt, J. Mad- 
sen, M. Mackler, J. McKeon, M. Pezza, D. Queen- 
an, N. Webber, A. Wener, R. Weidman, S. Whitney, 
K. Yaffe, W. Zenaty, R. Berg, K. Beachman, H. 
Berman, P. Bridge, H. Chase, J. Carney, E. Cohen, 
C. Emma, G. Goldstein, P. Gordenstein, J. Hart, D. 
Jones, D. Levitt, G. Levine, R. Licht, M. Morisi, M. 
Meserve, J. Moran, B. Orr, K. Schnieder, C. She- 
pard, G. Smith, D. Welch, B. Brennan, K. Camp- 
bell, B. Covalli, R. Dipippo, J. Folkins, B. Freed- 
man, R. Gilbert, P. Harnois, S. Johnson, C. Jones. 
P. Mackler, R. Petroff, J. Reardon, J. Rossiter, R. 
Thomas and J. Welch. Mr. LeBlanc is their 
advisor. 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE plans many activi- 
ties within their local chapters. The organization 
is a complex one and its advisor is Mrs. Little- 
field. This years A.F.S. Students are Geoff O'- 
Grady from Australia and Chieko Seki from Ja- 
pan. The club is made up of many students in the 
school. 



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THE AIDES 



1 Mrs. Kennedy, Language Lab Advisor, 
and Stephen Barkhart look on as Patrice 
Magnan, Mary O'Connor and Jim Nichols 
test out the equipment. 2 Would you be- 
lieve that before Library Aides started 
working, there was a pile of books 10 feet 
high? How about 5 feet high? 3 Carol's 
flying fingers flee as Pat and Laura look 
on with glee. These three girls are among 
the Guidance Aides who keep the guid- 
ance library in good condition. 



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1 What have the A.V. Aides 

gotten into this time? Hope- 
fully not the expensive new 
video recorder. No . . . can't 
be . Mr. Kuselias is smil- 
ing: it must be the expensive 
old recorder! 2 Corey Odentz 
and Steve Bailey fill out the 
latest requesition forms to 
keep the flow of Supplies 
running smoothly. 3 Time 
for the afternoon notices: 
Lainey Rappaport reads 
messages as other Office 
Aides look on. 




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KEYETTES 




1 Go Lancers! Keyettes' Pep Club gives 
our team the spirit they need to go fight 
and win. Their lively signs help to "psych" 
everyone for the games. 2 Mollie Thomas 
president of Keyettes, consults another 
member, Mary O'Connor as to the final 
details of their latest project: "The Beach 
Boy Revival" 3 Pep and Booster Buttons 
are the newest innovations. Mary happily 
sells a Lancer button as other members 
look on, displaying theirs. 



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KEY CLUB 




1 It's a bird! It's a plane! No. it's Rugged 
Ron gracefully modeling his favorite out- 
fit for the Key Club "Beautiful Teacher 
Contest." 2 Key Club members. Bill. Sau- 
cy and Jim are busy painting a sign to 
remind us that the room Key Club has in 
our front lobby is actually supposed to be 
a store! 3 Saucy and Rick introduced the 
contestants at the Beauty Contest, spon- 
sored in order to raise money for the "Toy 
for Joy" fund. Contestants are walkingoff 
at the left while Santa eagerly awaits the 
outcome. 



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A.F.S. 



1 Sue Huck "clowns around" at the A.F.S. 

Fair while 2 Chieko Seki demonstrates the 
Japanese paper art of origami. 3 Debbie 
Ingalls helps Geoff O'Grady keep Austral- 
ia's Booth hopping at the fair, where 
money was raised to support the Stu- 
dent's Abroad Program. 



NATURE REVISITED 



These clubs are mainly concerned with giving 
the student adventure in the outdoor life and 
developing their awareness of the natural world 
around them. 

If you should ever be walking by the Radio 
Room you would probably hear H. Hoyt, G. Rob- 
ertson, T. Nelson, P. Staples, M. Cohen or S. 
Burkhart communicating with other future ham 
operators. These students along with their advi- 
sor, Mr. Griffin, are known as the RADIO CLUB. 

The ECOLOGY CLUB is made up of several en- 
vironmentally minded students and advisors. 
During the course of the year they tried to clean 
Bliss Park, make a nature trail through the park, 
help recycling projects, and wrote letters to Rep- 
resentatives in hope of getting some action on 
the pollution problem. These students are: C. 
Havens pres., P. Dorman sec, M. Goldstein 
treas., K. Dorshimer, L. Butterfield, J. Polastri, M. 
Shube, L. Odentz, K. Lemnios, J. Gebbie, M. 
Burns, D. Rodke, L. Ring, S. Twible, and C. War- 
shaw, The advisors are Mr. Woods and Mr. 
Blanchard. 

Developing outdoor skills and using leisure 
time constructively are the aims of the ROD AND 
GUN CLUB. The members P. Fuller, W. Fuller, S. 
Skrabanek, R. Skrabanek, H. Bogert, C. Odentz, 
J. Krysten and advisor, Mr. Justin, are all in- 
volved in fishing, hunting, and target shooting. 



They are all members of the Springfield Sports- 
man Club. 

The EXPLORERS CLUB explores the school! 
They provide guest speakers such as, C. Colum- 
bus on October 9th, and sing Christmas carols 
during the holiday season. The members in- 
clude: L. Sophinos, L. Steiger, J. Steinberg, B. 
Stremple, W. Tariff, J. Taylor, P. Tehan, R. Ther- 
rien, G. Thorburn, A. Tindal, M. Tougias, P. Tracy, 
S. Urstadt, N. Vigneault, J. Walrond, J. Warren, D. 
Webster, N. Weiner, J. Welch, J. Swanson, D. Tay- 
lor, S. Waldman, E. Blake, and advisor Mr. 
Kirkpatrick. 

When Emily Blake brought a pomegranate into 
Miss Steele's homeroom one day, the idea of a 
POMEGRANATE CLUB arose. The club consists of 
Miss Steele's homeroom 13. The club's function 
is to promote unity in the homeroom and to 
understand the purpose of the pomegranate. The 
club meets during the homeroom period and its 
activities included the planting of a pomegranate 
tree and making recipes using pomegranates. 

The OUTING CLUB of Longmeadow High 
School is an active organization sponsoring 
mountain climbing, bicycling, overnight camp- 
ing trips and ski outings. According to their advi- 
sor, Mr. Merritt, the members of the club are the 
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RADIO CLUB 

ECOLOGY CLUB 

ROD AND GUN CLUB 

1 Radio Club member Howard Hoyt tunes 
in on a message as fellow club members 
look on. 2 There must have been a sloppy 
group in this room but Ecology Club 
members have moved in to clean up the 
area. 3 Rod and Gun Club members 
proudly show off their "tools of trade" 
which are used in their many activities. 




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POMEGRANATE CLUB 



1 Explorers Club advisor, Mr. Kirkpatrick, 
leads the way upward and onward to new 
horizons . .. Blueberry Hill School. 2 
lembers of the Pomegranate Club pre- 
pare to consume their daily ration of 
pomegranate as Miss Steele tries to tell 
them homeroom period was over five 
minutes ago. 



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OUTING AND 
SNURFING CLUBS 



1 Outing Club members take a break from 
their hike up Mt. Greylock to pose for a 
picture after discovering a yearbook pho- 
tographer hidden in one of their back- 
packs! 2 Snurfing Club members and ad- 
visors look on apprehensively as Russ, 
Nancy and Clutch prepare to make their 
first run of the day. 



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PERFORMING ARTS 



The Performing Arts add culture to our lives at 
L.H.S. The DRAMA CLUB, under the direction of 
Mr. Grant, produced as their major work for the 
entire school and community, the play "Our 
Town" depicting life in a small New Hampshire 
town at the turn of the century. The major roles 
in the cast included: B. Clay, Mr. Gatchell, G. 
Clay, Mrs. Allison, Mrs. Andrews, M. Pezza, S. 
Huck, Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Fil, R. Kweller, Mrs. 
Schnitzer, D. Maki, and M. Rush. Other members 
of Drama Club and teachers who portrayed re- 
maining roles were: K. Antal, S. Medalie, Miss 
Blake, Mr. Santos, C. Bliss, M. Thomas, J. Dibia- 
so, S. Romer, S. Eisner, H. Bernstein, S. Cress, D. 
Mills, D. Ingalls, N. Pratt, K. Dorshimer, C. Corre- 
pouler, B. Marvel, M. Wernick, B. Green, K. Mills, 
M. Getzov, and H. J. Getzov. 

The Winter, Spring and Pops Concerts would 
never have been possible without the aid of Mr. 
Carbonell, choral director, and Mr. Burkle, in- 
strumental director. The three choruses are: 
MEN'S CHORUS, GIRL'S CONCERT CHORUS, and 
LYRICS CONCERT CHORUS. This year, members 
of CHICHESTER CHORUS will participate in the 
District, All Eastern and All State Concerts as well 
as in the Young Peoples' Symphony. The Chich- 
ester Chorus is composed of members of Lyrics 
and other selected vocalists. Men's Chorus 
members include: P. Breed, D. Hamilton, J. Hoff- 
man, R. LaMothe, R. Littlefield, M. Pezza, W. War- 
ren. Members of Girl's Chorus include: J. Ama- 
truda, C. Baschwitz, D. Bergman, M. Burns, K. 
Cloutman, P. Dorman, L. Finn, M. Getzov, M. 
Goldstein, A. Greenberg, D. Grippin, C. Guertin, J. 
Haddad, J.A. Haddad, W. Hatch, C. Havens, A. 
Hochman, S. Huck, D. Ingalls, S. Jacobs, V. Jar- 
rett, N. Krug, A. Lapwing, E. Machon, P. Magnan, 
A. Major, P. McNeil, S. Medalie, B. Pollard, N. Pol- 
lard, J. Ribble, K. Ribble, K. Sanford, M. Schnitz- 
er, C. Shoenberg, L. Stover, C. Tapp, P. Yaca- 
vonne, A. Loughman. Members of Lyrics Concert 
Chorus include: A. Allison, B. Benson, J. Benson, 
M. Buscemi, G. Clay, B. Clay, D. Climo, M. Dunn, 
P. Elmer, E. Foley, A. Fromer, B. Gaudreau, H. 
Getzov, E. Goldstick, G. Greenleaf, C. Guild, S. 
Haring, C. Harris, R. Hitz, K. Hoyt, A. Jakobek, A. 
Lapwing, P. Maglathlin, S. McManus, K. McNeil, J. 
Pava, R. Penna, D. Pratt, E. Pratt, J. Ribble, C. 
Romell, G. Romell, M. Rush, A Saykin , S. Simon, 
W. Weisend, A. Wener, R. Weston, R. Wiedman, K. 
Yacavone, S. Young and W. Zenaty . 



JESTERS and ENSEMBLES, BAND, and OR- 
CHESTRA are all under the direction of Mr. Bur- 
kle. Jesters, as well as participating in several 
concerts, competed in the Burklee College Jazz 
Festival in Boston, The Band played in the Pops 
Concert and plays at all Longmeadow's home 
football and basketball games. Our Orchestra 
was one of the three orchestras in the state to be 
invited to participate in a String Workshop at the 
University of Massachusetts. Orchestra mem- 
bers include: N. Petterson, K. Smith, S. Simon, B. 
Taylor, L. Wiedman, J. Hjelm, J. Cushman, R. 
Weiss, B. Silverman, K. Sturgis, S. Cress, R. Dipip- 
po, R. Cohn, J. Nichols, S. Eisner, R. Bussin, L. 
Ferguson, J. Gray, G. Romell, R. McNally, J. Ell- 
sworth, N. Pratt, B. Weinstein, S. Burkhart, M. 
Kagan, J. Carney, K. Dorshimer, D. Beyer, M. Fer- 
guson, K. Williams, M. Karez, M. Leavitt, G. Green- 
leaf. Band members include: C. McCray, M. Gray, 
M. Goldsmith, D. Payne, N. Petterson, L. Chiz, M. 
Jakobek, J. Meade, R. Micucci, B. Schwartz, P. 
Mooradd, D. Green, T. Haring, J. Finch, G. Gray, J. 
Rahn, L. Heywood, B. Sweitzer, J. Gebbie, D. Ha- 
vens, G. Levinsky, R. Schwartz, D. Dunlevy, C. 
Freuh, K. Strassberger, K. Athis, A. Brooks, J. 
Nolet , N. Kassanos, D. Levitt, T. Janik, M. Flock- 
en, C. Gill, C. Loughman, P. Staples, P. Friberg, J. 
Janovsky ° , J. Stearns, S. Nestel, B. Walters, G. 
Bassett, K. Dorshimer, J. Moser, A. Davis, B. Per- 
kins, J. Panto, R. Coburn, M. Leavitt, B. Edwards, 
J. Hacker, P. McNally, B. Blinn, S. Eisner-, R. 
Bussin*, B. Williams*, S. Stephan*, L. Ferguson. 
S. Hamilton , J. Gebbie*, D. Williams*, C. 
Eisner*, D. Peck*, K. Hobdell, L. Webler, J. Mad- 
sen, B. Taylor*, D. Gorenflo, B. Laub, B. Ville- 
neuve, J. Gray, L. Haywood, J. Grey, B. Mason *, 
S. Clark *, R. Paul , K. Lawrence, B. 
Holloman *, D. Howard *, M. Kagan *, J. 
Carney *, K. Lawrence, B. Mathisen. N. 
Heywood , D. Wenning, S. Aye, I. Weinstein*, P. 
Millis, D. Beyer, M. Frisbie *, M. White, R. Clay°, 
J. Moser, W. Van De Water , M. Ferguson , J. 
Janovsky*, C. Cerveny, S. Whitney, M. Karez , M. 
Leavitt , S. Plummer, J. Greenleaf, N. Petterson. 
(° = member of Jesters; * = member of Chamber 
Music Ensemble). 



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DRAMA CLUB 




1 Bob Clay, Stage Manager, looks down 
from his pulpit while Mike Pezza and Sue 
Huck, as George Gibbs and Emily Webb, 
prepare to rehearse the wedding scene of 
"Our Town". 2 Ginia Allison and Bill 
Gatchell. as Dr. and Mrs. Gibbs, rehearse 
their parts. 3 Bob ponders over a line dur- 
ing a break in the rehearsals. 4 Drama 
Club advisor Mel Grant glances up from 
his script and contemplates the previous 
scene. 



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1 Another view of the wedding scene, this time at 
the performance with members of the cast and 
chorus. 2 Emily and George during a poignant 
moment in the soda shoppe. 3 Liz Andrews and 
Ray Fil were Mrs. and Mr. Webb. 4 The last scene 
of the play, a moving finale in which the widowed 
George visits the grave of his wife. 



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LYRICS 

MENS' 
CHORUS 

GIRLS' 

CONCERT 

CHORUS 

CHORUS I 



1 Lyrics 2 Mr. Carbonell 
conducts one of his singing 
groups. 3 Mens' Chorus 

4 Girls' Concert Chorus 

5 Chorus I. 




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ORCHESTRA 



1 Orchestra member June Grey, paus- 
es for a moment with the reed still in her 
mouth. 2 The entire Orchestra rests 
after the performance which was, as al- 
ways, a great success. 





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1 Wind Ensemble 2 Instrumental Direc- 
tor Wilferd Burkle conducts one of his fine 
music groups. 




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1 Band 2 Jesters are pic- 
tured at a recent rehearsal. 



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THE BRAINS 



These clubs are the most academically orient- 
ed at Longmeadow High School. They help the 
students to keep their minds alert and help them 
to reach various career goals. 

The MATH CLUB, with advisors Mr. Griffin and 
Mr. Anzalotti, enjoy getting involved in compli- 
cated mathematical equations and increasing 
their mathematical knowledge. They compete 
with other schools in Math Meets and have the 
following members: S. Winer, E. Goldstick, J. Lav- 
in, A. Lapwing, E. Gloth, K. Sibbach, C. Hayes, H. 
Burman, H. Chase, R. Urdanoff, and I. Weinstein. 

Debaters J. Goodman, R. Kastagna, N. Riley 
and T. Hirsch and L.H.S.'s team that wins with 
words. Advised by Mr. Lynch, the DEBATING 
CLUB competes with other schools in the area . 

The FUTURE NURSES CLUB helps interested 
girls in understanding what becoming a nurse 
actually involves. They frequently have guest 
speakers speak on such subjects as: venereal 
diseases, drugs and hospital problems. Members 
of this beneficial organization are: D. Brunton, M. 
Woods, K. Sibbach, L. Tourville, V. Jarrett, A. 
Greenberg, K. Ribble, E. Mahon, M. O'Connor, S. 
Medalie, K. Colantoni, R. Selina, L. Flood, R. Wes- 
ton and K. Schoenberg. 

The FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB exposes stu- 
dents to the many areas of education. They had 
many guest speakers during the course of the 
year and are helped by Mr. Burns. The Future 
Teachers also aid in elementary schools, tu- 
toring as well as playing with the children. The 
members include: A. Daskalakis, A. Sivek, H. 
Rappaport, E. Klotsas, L. Finn, D. Shapiro v. p., J. 
Ribble pres., N. Pollard, F. Lepow treas., S. Shore, 
S. Bedrosian sec, J. Lavin, J. Davis, S. Jacobs, G. 



Murphy, M. McKeon, C. Bachand, T. Hirsch, N. 
Pratt, K. Pappas, L. Paradzick, E. Pratt and M. 
Tougias. 

The STUDENT COUNCIL is one of the high 
school's main decision making bodies. It is com- 
prised of elected students from each of the four 
classes along with Mr. Teixeira, who helps guide 
them in taking the right steps. The Student Coun- 
cil has played a large part in the acquisition of 
the Open Door programs, responsibility pro- 
grams and other privileges. Members include: D. 
Bloom, S. Winer, J. Lavin, K. Guild, R. Fontana, C. 
Harris pres., B. Darden sec, N. Hunt, P. Martin, L. 
Lukas, K. Wegiel v. p., R. Compton, C. Jones, M. 
Reid, P. Wood, M. Harrington, T. McKenna, J. 
Cantalini, S. Kimball, J. Galser, and N. Lockerby. 

The NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY is made up of 
eligible juniors and seniors who are elected by 
the faculty. They aid the other students of the 
school through their tutoring services and help 
to raise money for scholarships by holding car 
washes and bake sales. Members of this group 
are: A. Alpert, J. Baldwin, H. Basdekis, S. Bedro- 
sian, R. Bennett, J. Benson, S. Beyer, D. Bloom, S. 
Budnick, L. Craven, J. Dickstein, J. Draymore, M. 
Dunn, v.p., L. Epstein, J. Falconer, M. Ferguson, 
M. Fisher, M. Giles, M. Goldberg sec, E. Goldstick, 
S. Gunderson, C. Harris, S. Jacobs, A. Jakobek 
pres., L. LaBroad, A. Lapwing, J. Lavin, J. Madsen, 
N. Malconian, S. McManus, K. McNeil, L. Michel- 
man, J. Olmstead, S. Olsen, R. Paul, M. Pezza, N. 
Pollard, D. Porowski, D. Pratt treas., N. Riley, J. 
Robbins, M. Rooke, A. Rosenkrantz, J. Taylor, L. 
Taylor, N. Webber, L. Ziff, R. Bussin, E. Foley, J. 
Gamble, C. Hayes, N. Krug, G. Smith, S. Stephan 
and W. Weisend with Honorary Members: Geoff 
O'Grady and Chieko Seki. 



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MATH TEAM 
DEBATE TEAM 



1 Math Team members along with Mr. Grif- 
fin and Mr. Anzalotti, stretch out along a slide 
rule and examine the results of their calcula- 
tions. 2 Mr. Lynch and Debate Team are 

comparing and revising their notes in prepa- 
ration for an upcoming debate. 




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FUTURE NURSES 
FUTURE TEACHERS 



1 Future Nurses help wheel Laura Tourville 
through the halls. 2 Future Teachers and 

advisor Mr. Burns gather round the television 
set and watch the replays of previous pro- 
grams with elementary school children . 




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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



1 Student Council Vice Presi- 
dent Karen Weigel looks on as 
Secretary Brooke Garden re- 
cords the minutes of the meet- 
ing. Faced with a difficult deci- 
sion 2 President Carol Harris 
and 3 other Council members 
contemplate the issue at hand. 
4 Mr. Teixeira glances at his 
notes while listening to a com- 
ment made by one of the Coun- 
cil members. 



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NATIONAL 

HONOR 

SOCIETY 



National Honor Society mem- 
bers 1 Janice Dickstein and 
2 Sue Budnick help tutor 
freshmen Mary Lou Grogan and 
Sheila Broderick. 3 Alumna 
Karen Pendleton, attending the 
annual N.H.S. Alumni Tea, talks 
with members Mike Pezza and 
Mike Dunn while Mrs. Dudley 
looks on in the background. 



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PUBLICATIONS 



Longmeadow High School's various publica- 
tions help inform the students of recent events, 
provide entertainment, and give the students a 
memorable yearbook to look back on. 

OUTLET, the High School's growing literary 
magazine, is a collection of students' writing and 
artwork. The entire student body is eligible to 
submit contributions and the success of the 
magazine is due to them. The OUTLET staff con- 
sists of judges and art editors, who evaluate the 
work submitted to them, and their two advisors: 
Miss Ladd and Mr. Cobbs. 

Homeroom period on the last Friday of every 
month is always an exciting moment because 
that is when the hard work of the JET JOTTER 
staff pays off and everyone receives their news- 
papers. Through the JET JOTTER, which has re- 
ceived several literary awards, the students be- 
come aware of upcoming events and are kept 
informed of current news. The newspaper also 
provides amusing stories and anecdotes, all writ- 
ten by the hard working members of the staff. 

"Those were the days my friend ..." You will 
be able to remember those days by flipping 
through the pages of Longmeadow High's Year- 
book — MASACKSIC. Photographs of High 
School life and activity are captured in its pages, 
as well as those never to be forgotten moments 
of the years spent at Longmeadow High. The 
MASACKSIC staff works constantly throughout 
the year to publish an excellent book. Many peo- 
ple do not realize that MASACKSIC is a business 
with costs running into several thousands of dol- 
lars each year. It is interesting to note that the 
staff loses about four dollars on every book that 
it sells, because the price paid by those who buy 
a book accounts for only 60 percent of what each 
book costs the staff to have published. 



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"OUTLET" 




JUDGES 



Arnie Alpert 


M.D.Scott 


Leigh Taylor 


Sarah Beyer 


Sue Waldman 


Caren Schoenberg 


Rion Kweller 


Wendy Tariff 


Nancy Riley 


Julie Fein 


Barbara Marvel 


Meredith Wagner 


Jay DiBiaso 


Terry Gilman 


ART EDITORS 




Sue Ann Kinsler 


Tim McKenna 


David Mills 


Meg Buddington 


Linda Muller 


M. D. Scott 


Kimberly Antal 


Elizabeth Michelman 



Mary Ellen Ladd — * — Russell Cobbs 



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Carol Johnson 
Girls' Sports Editor 



Peter Gordenstein 
Ads Editor 



Linda Lavin 
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SEMINAR DAY II 



On the eventful date of December 8th, the 
hard work and long planning of the SEMINAR 
DAY II Committee proved itself worthwhile. Semi- 
nar Day II, which involved not only Longmeadow 
High School, but the entire community, was a 
great success! The day was comprised of various 
seminars beginning at 9 o'clock in the morning 
and continuing as late as 9 o'clock at night. 
These seminars, conducted by students, teach- 
ers, college professors, and members of the 
community, ranged in subject matter from Japa- 
nese Flower Arranging to Hockey Leagues and 
the Stanley Cup. The entire day was organized by 
a group of about thirty students with Jill Dray- 
more as the Student Coordinator and Mrs. Alli- 
son as the Faculty Advisor. Their hard work was 
paid for when the day turned out well and both 
the students and teachers, full of enthusiasm, 
began looking forward to Seminar Day III! 






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FACULTY 





Robert D. Russell 

Superintendent of Schools 




It has been reported that the LHS faculty 
members possess certain mystical powers 
that enable them to disintegrate each after- 
noon at 3:00 and mysteriously reappear the 
next morning at 8:00. The editors of this 
section would like to dispell this rumor. For 
in spite of any quirks, mystical or otherwise 
that they may have, teachers are p-e-o-p-l-e. 
You know, with families and hobbies and 
ideas. But be careful whom you tell — you 
might ruin their image! 

For example, our principal Mr. Craver. He 
leads LHS on an educational journey. An 
opportunist, he is always trying to improve 
the school by introducing a course in 
Chinese, for instance. In the summer he is 
an associate professor at Springfield Col- 
lege, teaching courses in school administra- 
tion and curriculum development. Also, he 
loves to play tennis and go sailing. Assistant 
Principal Mr. Teixiera is the high school Ma- 
son for the Building Addition and Renova- 
tion Commission. He is Student Council 
Advisor and coordinator of the Independent 
Study Program. With these responsibilities 
come the tasks of reading, taking courses at 
UMass, and studying laws to keep the 
school in step with the times. Also, Tex is 
the director and original president of the 
Zoological Society. He enjoys sports and 
tries to see at least one game a week. Mrs. 
Miller's official title is Student Advisor and 
Co-ordinator of Student Activities. When 
she's not "advising" or "coordinating," she 
likes to play golf and tennis, to bicycle, and 
to do crewel and embroidery. She came to 
LHS from Glenbrook Middle School where 
she taught math. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Mr. Gerd Schneider, Chairman 

Mr. John C. Cardinal, Vice Chairman 

Dr. Lester Silverman 

Mrs. Ray E. Gilman, Jr. 

Mrs. Aaron M. Leavitt 

Mr. Adolph J. Jakobek 

Mrs. John W. Stearns 

Janice Dickstein 
David Humphrey 
Amy Leavitt 
David Taylor 
Karen Wiegel 



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Mr. Climo is LHS Guidance Coordinator. He 
is treasurer of the ACAC, a counseling or- 
ganization, and director of JA. Courses at 
UMass and the Masons also occupy his 
time. He and his family sing in the Christ 
Church Cathedral choir and spend sum- 
mers relaxing in Rindge, N.H. Mr. Thwing 
works nine or ten hours a day doing aca- 
demic, college, and personal counseling; he 
is the Liason Counselor to the Class of '74. 
Ecology, organic foods, and orgonomy in- 
terest him. Between performing duties as a 
counselor and coaching swimming team, 
Mr. Luzzatto, too, finds himself busy. He 
has some time, though, for woodworking 
and ACT. In her spare time, Mrs. Patten 
likes to play bridge and golf. She keeps a 
year-round garden; she takes courses at 
Springfield College. Among her duties at 
LHS is coordinator of the Indian Exchange 
Program. Counselor Miss Jensen is on the 
LHS Evaluation Committee and a scholar- 
ship committee; she is an editor for a guid- 
ance publication. For relaxation, she enjoys 
fishing, swimming, and traveling. In the 
summer, Mr. Kane coordinates a center for 
emotionally disturbed kids. During the 
school year, along with counseling and its 
various aspects, he coaches freshman foot- 
ball. Mr. Lamarre is interesting because he 
is interested-in everything and everyone. 
Reading teacher, he helps manage the Lan- 
cer Bookstore and advises AFS. He loves the 
outdoors: canoeing, hockey, and taking 
nature walks with his family. 



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Mrs. Paige teaches developmental reading. 
Out of school she teaches courses in an- 
tiques; she enjoys gardening and collecting 
stuffed animals. Miss Baird, LHS librarian, 
is interested in "almost anything involving 
people". She likes travel, music, painting, 
and spectator sports. She advises Library 
Student Aides. Mrs. Low has done nearly 
every type of nursing, including surgery and 
supervising at Wesson Hospital. She enjoys 
her position as school nurse at LHS because 
she likes teenagers. 




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Cynthia Paige 
Margery D. 

Baird 
Joan I. Low 



Hazel R. Patten 
Daniel Kane 
Gilbert 0. Lamarre 



James Climo 
Kirby R. Thwing 
Alan Luzzatto 
Gladys Jensen 



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The secretaries keep the school running 
smoothly . . . They are all qualified — Mrs. 
Bonsall even has a teaching degree in Eng- 
lish. Why do they work at LHS rather than, 
say, at an insurance company? They like 
young people. They like being in the aca- 
demic atmosphere. Their daily tasks are 
varied — there is no grinding routine. Also, 
the vacation schedule coincides with that of 
their children. Of course, they have individ- 
ual reasons for working here. Mrs. Beach- 
man feels greatful to the Longmeadow 
School System for being unusually good to 
her own children. Mrs. Denver, library sec- 
retary, loves books. So the secretaries feel 
lucky to work at LHS, and we are lucky to 
have them. 




Custodians: ROW 1; Leo Sokolowski, Francesci Ruggiero, Alfonse Kitchen Staff: ROW 1; Fanny Robitaille, Lucille Tranghese, Anna Cal- 



Giordano. George Fletcher, Bill MacRae. ROW 2; Carmine Cal- 
abrese, John Merola. Mitchell Starzya, Archie Benson, Mainte- 
nance Supervisor. (Missing: Clarence Lucey, John Sowers). 



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abrese, Rose Craven, Carol Settembre. ROW 2; Ruth Plante, Virginia 
Siano, Terry Joseph, Betty Cameron, Rose Bongiovani, Bertha Mc- 
Kinney, Joanne Johnson. (Missing: Dorothy Reed, Food Services). 



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Once a professional baseball player, Mr. 
Morissette now teaches biology and IME, 
and coaches varsity soccer and basketball. 
Meteorology is a hobby of his, and it is re- 
ported that he owns a chicken farm. Mrs. 
Hart, a home ec teacher, serves on the Hol- 
yoke Redevelopment Commission. She's 
vice president of the Holyoke Jr. League, 
and a board member and Senior Scout advi- 
sor to the Western Mass. Girl Scout Council. 
Mr. Kuselias teaches woodworking. He is 
LHS's A.V. Specialist, in charge of all audio- 
visual aids and equipment. For relaxation, 
he likes to ski and play golf. Mr. Gatchell 
teaches Algebra I and II. To display his dra- 
matic talents, he had a leading role in "Our 
Town". Because he digs rocks he founded 
and advises the Archaeology Club. Mr. Whit- 
taker, French Club advisor, teaches three 
levels of French. French dominates his 
reading and travel interests, and he likes 
modern and classical music and drama. Mr. 
LeBlanc feels, as an English teacher, that 
emotional learning and growth are impor- 
tant. He advises Key Club, coaches J.V. Soc- 
cer and Freshman Baseball, and is involved 
with ACT and SHAP. As important to him as 
these activities is his family. Mr. Fitzgerald 
advises the Class of '73. He has demonstrat- 
ed his acting talents in "Our Town". As a 
history teacher, politics interests him, as do 
film making, photography, music, and 
literature. 





One of Mrs. Andrews' main interests is 
drama; she often attends New York City 
theater. Classical music and piano playing 
also interest her. She teaches Sophomore 
English. Boys' P.E. teacher Mr. Sawyer 
coaches football and wrestling; he advises 
the Cycling Club. Out of school, he enjoys 
hiking and camping, and is involved with 
Outward Bound. Mr. Ostrander, German 
Club advisor, teaches Chilton and tradition- 
al German. A bar tender at Picot's Place and 
a J.B.*, he likes music, horses, football, and 
gourmet food. Mr. Wiley's varied interests 
include hiking, skiing, camping, and partici- 
pation in the theater. In school, he teaches 
Algebra II and geometry. Mr. Slate's fascina- 
tion with the "olden days", his love of old 
music and movies led him to conduct a 
seminar on "Nostalgia". He teaches IME 
and biology. * ??? 





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William Whittaker 
Roger C. LeBlanc 
John Fitzgerald 
Lizabeth Andrews 



C. Tom Sawyer 
J. David 

Ostrander 
Acton Wiley 
David Slate 



Ronald Morissette 
Norberta Hart 
Raymond Kuselias 
William Gatchell 



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George Griffin 
Leo Lemelin 
Mary Driscoll 
Carol Kinsley 



Robert Delano 
Ginia Allison 
Rudolph J. Adams 
David Stockwell 



Deborah C. Steele 
Raymond Villeneuve 
Robert Greenwood 
Anne Eisner 




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Mr. Griffin is well known for his high-spirit- 
ed Math Team pep talks. In the summer he 
enjoys camping and traveling with his fami- 
ly. He teaches algebra and Math 421. 
French teacher Mr. Lemelin gets satisfac- 
tion from travel, and helps organize student 
trips abroad. He also enjoys music, bowling, 
and tennis. He advises the Class of '74. Mrs. 
Driscoll, art teacher, lives in an old house in 
the country which she is restoring. There, 
she cares for two Golden Retrievers, throws 
pots, cooks, paints, cuts wood, writes, and 
grows things. Mrs. Kinsley teaches two 
courses, Minority Studies and the City of 
Springfield. She feels that teaching part- 
time keeps her in touch with youth, without 
depriving her own family. Mr. Delano is per- 
haps best known as The Jet Jotter advisor 
and assistant coach of the soccer team. He 
collects minerals and is concerned with 
American cities, teaching Urban Studies as 
well as U.S. History. Mrs. Allison loves par- 
ties, picnics, plays, and tennis. She advises 
the Class of '74, coaches the girls' ski team, 
and helped initiate Workshop '72 for the 
arts. She teaches Freshman English and 
Speech. Arts Department Chairman Mr. 
Adams has a cottage in R.I. where he likes 
to sail and fish. A teacher of basic tech and 
technical and electrical drawing, he is also a 
professional design engineer, having re- 
ceived a patent for a punch press machine. 




Mr. Stockwell teaches Algebra I and geome- 
try, which may not be as profitable as paint- 
ing houses and preparing income tax 
forms. He serves as assistant lacrosse 
coach and likes to play tennis. Miss Steele 
feels that education should be restructured 
to be more humane. She loves travel, espe- 
cially to England; she is gifted with the abili- 
ty to listen. She advises Young Life and 
teaches Senior English. Mr. Villeneuve 
teaches Chilton and traditional French. A 
rifle and pistol target shooter, he is rifle 
team coach and finds J.B. and sports activi- 
ties enjoyable. Mr. Greenwood belongs to a 
bowling league; he enjoys camping, hunt- 
ing, and fishing. Senior Math, Applied Math, 
and geometry are the subjects which he 
teaches. Mrs. Eisner, biology teacher, is as- 
sistant advisor the the Archaeology Club. 
She likes traveling, insect collecting, and 
gardening, and is on the Student Interac- 
tion Committee. 



Miss Eaton's college major was music; 
though she is now a Senior English teacher, 
she still plays and teaches cello. She enjoys 
riding and showing horses, and is writing a 
doctoral dissertation on Franklin's View of 
Ethrcs. Mr. Carbonell, director of LHS 
choirs, is the best vocal teacher in the state; 
he makes a practice of fighting obtuse atti- 
tudes within his profession. Other hobbies 
include motorcycling, sailing, camping, 
playing cello, chess, acting, pistol plinking, 
exotic foods, collecting shells, driftwood, 
tropical fish, and folk percussion instru- 
ments. Mr. Ness believes knowledge of the 
computer is important; he enjoys teaching 
Computer Problem Solving, along with Al- 
gebra I and Senior Math. Mathematics de- 
partment chairman, he likes golf, bridge, 
and reading. Mr. Morin, another J.B., an- 
tiques furniture in his spare time. He enjoys 
football, baseball, and hockey. He teaches 
French I and II and Composition French I. 





Ms. Ellis teaches Contemporary Issues, 
Comparative Political Systems, Great Deci- 
sions, and African Culture. SHAP advisor 
and former AFS student, she likes tennis, 
trout fishing, and handiwork. Mr. Anderson 
is interested in antiques, especially cars — 
"vintage tins". He builds furniture, specifi- 
cally colonial replicas. Outboard boating is 
another of his hobbies. He teaches power 
mechanics and metal shop. Mr. Griffin 
teaches physics and IME. One of the more 
tuned-in teachers, he advises the Amateur 
Radio Club and has his amateur radio li- 
cense. Mr. Sawyer teaches many forms of 
art: Art I and II, Ceramics, Drawing, Com- 
mercial Design, Painting, and Aesthetics, 
and after school courses in Graphics and 
Design. He also collects stamps. Mr. Nesbitt 
instructs students in Algebra I, Algebra II, 
and Introductory Math. Duringthe summer, 
he likes to go sailing, fishing, and camping. 
Miss Lynch was educated in a boarding 
school, where she acquired a love of music. 
An avid concert goer, she is now learning to 
play he piano. She enjoys traveling in Eng- 
land; she teaches Junior English. Spanish 
teacher Mr. Repucci paints oils, concentrat- 
ing on landscapes. He writes of his frequent 
travels to Europe. Famed wrestling coach 
Mr. Harris, boys' P.E. instructor, is also as- 
sistant football coach. He likes fishing and 
tennis. 




Nancy Eaton 
J. Alfredo Carbonell 
Robert Ness 
Roger Morin 



Toni Ellis 
S.Anderson 
Gerald Griffin 
Len Sawyer 



Thomas 

Nesbitt 
Ann Marie 

Lynch 
Walter 

Reppucci 
Norman Harris 

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Edward Pratt 
Bibe Schnitzer 
Guy Williams 
Carlene 
Littlefield 



Wilfred Burkle 
William Blanchard 
Joseph Winseck 
Morrison Ferrier 



Kenneth Justin 
Linda Segur 
William Ferris 
Michael Gelinas 






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Mr. Pratt is chairman of the Science Depart- 
ment and teaches psychology. His interests 
out of school include electronics and oil 
painting. Mrs. Schnitzer, one of the initia- 
tors of SHAP, would like to see final exams 
eliminated, and mini-courses offered at 
LHS. She teaches Freshman English; she 
enjoys camping and hiking with her family. 
Mr. Williams is in the electrical repair busi- 
ness, making him a natural electronics 
teacher; he advises Radio Club. In the 
summer he likes to hunt and fish in the 
Adirondacks. He also does construction 
work on houses. Mrs. Littlefield teaches 
Algebra I and II and Math 311. She is school 
advisor for AFS and coaches girls' varsity 
tennis. She moonlights as a tennis and 
swimming instructor. Wind Ensemble, Con- 
cert Band, String Orchestra, and Jesters are 
all under the direction of Mr. Burkle, the 
Music Man of LHS. He plays principle oboe 
in the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, 
teaches oboe, and enjoys the outdoors. 
Anyone interested in the environment 
should get together with Mr. Blanchard, the 
science teacher. He advises Ecology Club 
and teaches a Beyond-the-School-Day 
course in pollution ecology. At home he 
keeps a garden. Mr. Winseck teaches U.S. 
History and political science. Cross country 
and track coach, he enjoys golf and skiing. 
He likes to travel and often makes "slide 
stories" of his trips. Mr. Ferrier teaches col- 
lege chemistry and advanced chemistry. 
After school hours he engages in his hobby 
of photography and smokes a pipe. Trilin- 
gual Mr. Justin, Language Department 
Head, teaches Spanish and advises German 
Club. An outdoorsman, he likes hunting, 
fishing, and snowshoeing; he advises Rod 
and Gun Club. When Mrs. Segur isn't busy in 
school — teaching girls' P.E., coaching 
swimming and basketball, or advising Lead- 
ers' Club — she enjoys dancing, cycling, 
and interior decorating. 

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Mr. Ferris is on sabbatical leave this year. 
He is working towards a Ph.D. in communi- 
cations and rhetoric. He is at Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Insitute. Mr. Gelinas is also on 
sabbatical leave. He is at the University of 
Massachusetts involved in the Master's pro- 
gram of history. 




Mr. Lopes teaches Senior English; he also 
heads the English Department and is on the 
Administrative Council. He keeps a journal 
and photographs of his trips to Europe. Ms. 
Ladd is an "unpredictable" Sagittarian. She 
teaches Freshman English and Creative 
Writing^ Advising "Outlet", camping, bicy- 
cling, and antique collecting are some of 
her passtimes. Mr. Kahan, having lived in 
many parts of the world, has taught French, 
Hebrew, Greek, Rumanian, Hungarian, 
math, Latin, and German; the latter two he 
teaches now at LHS. He's a chess master 
and advises Latin Club. Mr. Joly, a history 
teacher, enjoys fly fishing as a hobby. As a 
more "down-to-earth" interest, he often 
plays the provocative game, contract bridge. 




Mrs. Boyajian, an avid sports fan and partic- 
ipant, a spirited coach and cheerleading 
advisor, also likes to sew and decorate. 
Gymnastics judging interests her, and she 
advises the Class of '76. Mr. Hooper, IME 
and physics teacher, introduced and advis- 
es Intramural Bowling at LHS, and enjoys 
playing basketball. He is an officer of the 
Local and County Teachers Association. 
Mrs. Hogan, is a Keyette advisor. She teach- 
es Home Ec, naturally enjoying sewing and 
handicrafts. Also, antique shops, flea mar- 
kets, and the New England countryside in- 
terest her. Mr. Cobbs has taught for 12 
years, including experience abroad. In 
1963, he did cancer research writing in Hus- 
ton, Texas. He teaches Junior English and 
shows Afghan Hounds. Mr. Ursprung, is 
best known as the coach of the Lancer foot- 
ball team; he also coaches track and field. 
Furniture making, as well as sports, is a 
hobby of his. He teaches Social Studies. Mr. 
Mannheim teaches biology and advanced 
biology, and is otherwise known as the 
Freshman basketball coach and Outing 
Club advisor. His interest in long hair music 
comes as a surprise to anyone who has seen 
his haircut. Mr. Fil, teacher of typing, note- 
hand, and accounting, co-advises the Busi- 
ness Club. Outside school, he enjoys motor- 
cycling, snowmobiling, and reading best- 
sellers. Mrs. Webster was a teacher in New 
Jersey, joining the LHS math faculty last 
year. As she did in New Jersey, she advises 
the Drill Team. 




O. A. Lopes 
Mary Ellen Ladd 
Menahem E. Kahan 
Orsen P. Joly 



Anne B. Boyajian 
John Hooper 
Virginia Hogan 
Russell L. Cobbs 



Stanley F. 

Ursprung 
Charles 

Mannheim 
Raymond Fil 
Elaine Webster 



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Marjory Kane 
William Kirkpatrick 
Ann Meder 
Francis Simanski 



Eve Dolgin 
Edwin Finklehoffe 
Robert D'Agostino 
Alan Gorfin 



Robert Potvin 
Lolene Blake 
Mel Grant 
Raymond Suzor 




French teacher M. Potvin helps advise 
French Club and organize student trips to 
Europe. He coaches the J.V. golf team and 
likes movies, eating carrots, reading, and 
motorcycling. Miss Blake teaches social 
studies, including Comparitive Religions, 
which along with politics, interests her very 
much. She advises the Class of 75 and is a 
gourmet cook. Mr. Grant teaches Senior 
English and dramatics; he's Drama Club 
and Masacksic advisor . . . Juxtapose Hey! 
and uh, intristic. Mr. Suzor, a house painter 
in summer, a chemistry and IME teacher in 
winter, enjoys sports all year round, espe- 
cially hockey, which he coaches, and tennis. 
He also has played the saxaphone 
professionally. 




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Mrs. Kane teacher of steno, Office Practice, 
and Investments, is the Business Depart- 
ment Chairman and handles school sup- 
plies. She likes to swim, cycle, and ski. Mr. 
Kirkpatrick teaches Junior English. Con- 
cerned with kids, he helped start ACT in 
LHS, and reads much about education. An 
excellent athlete, he coaches the tennis 
team. Mrs. Meder, a Spanish teacher who 
advises J.V. Cheerleading, may well surprise 
us by adopting some Spanish cheers! She 
enjoys antiquing and hockey. Mr. Simanski 
coaches J.V. basketball ana Varsity golf. He 
likes economics, books, and jokes. Sociolo- 
gy, Contemporary Issues, and U.S. History 
are the subjects he teaches. Mrs. Dolgin's 
interests are reading and theater, which 
may be why she teaches Sophomore Eng- 
lish. She has attended European theater; 
she also helps advise National Honor Socie- 
ty. Mr. Finklehoffe is an amateur photogra- 
pher; he teaches IME. His main activity is 
the Longmeadow Education Association of 
which he is vice president. Mr. D'Agostino, 
"Coach Dag", is Director of Athletic activi- 
ties; he teaches P.E. and coaches baseball. 
Outside school, he enjoys gardening, jog- 
ging, and skin diving. Dr. Gorfin, "Doc", 
plays bridge and co-advises the AFS Club. A 
Volkswagon owner, he advises the new Volk- 
swagon Club. 



Mr. Hayes, committed to following Jesus as 
Lord, is a folk singer and composer. He 
teaches Sophomore English; he likes driv- 
ing in the country and eating hamburgers. 
Mr. Houle, who advised the spring trip to 
Paris, enjoys cooking and gardening. He 
teaches French and is an enthusiastic 
sports spectator. Mrs. Blakeborough is con- 
cerned with interpersonal relationships, 
particularly those within a family. She is an 
ACT group leader and teaches Family Life, 
Clothing, and Merchandise and Retailing. 
Mr. Gironda, who is a park ranger in the 
summer, teaches typing, law, and math at 
LHS. He's a debate judge and negotiates 
teacher contracts for the MTA. Once a sec- 
retary in N.Y.C., Mrs. Reynolds has changed 
her occupation to Junior English teacher. 
She enjoys a natural lifestyle: living in the 
country, camping, canning, and caring for 
her dogs. 




Mr. Merritt, teacher of physical anthropolo- 
gy, is an outdoors man. He advises the Out- 
ing Club and keeps the LHS greenhouse. 
One of his more unusual hobbies is keeping 
bees. Miss Broderick likes talking with peo- 
ple, taking courses at U Mass, bike riding, 
camping, handicraft, teaching Sophomore 
English, and cat-keeping. She's coordinator 
of ACT. Miss Semancik is a math teacher. 
Among her courses is an independent study 
computer class. Out of school, she likes arts 
and crafts, sports, hiking, and nature stud- 
ies. Mr. Anzalotti, along with teaching alge- 
bra, helps manage a package store. A 
graduate of LHS himself, he advises the 
math team, and enjoys music, especially 
singing, and golf. Mr. Lynch teaches U.S. 
History I, Con. Civ., and Latin American Cul- 
ture. He coaches the debate team and helps 
with the Lancer Bookstore. This year, he 
managed the campaign of State Rep. Peter 
Lappin. Mr. Santos, Chairman of the Social 
Studies Department, teaches Mass Media 
and Asian Civ. His hobbies include photog- 
rapny, camping, and canoeing; he plays vio- 
lin in various orchestras. Mrs. Rhodes, 
Spanish teacher likes to waterski, snowski, 
and swim. Advisor to the Class of '73 and 
Spanish Club, she also enjoys sewing, and 
recently remodeled her house. 




Chip Hayes 
Edmond J. Houle 
Getrude Blakeborough 
Frank Gironda 



Joanne M. Reynolds 
Ron Merritt 
Sue Broderick 
Susan Semancik 



Frank Anzalotti 
Daniel Lynch 
Peter A. Santos 
Carol Rhodes 



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William McCullough 
Judith Gregory 
William Ahern 
Michael McCarthy 



Edith Broderick 
Michael Burns 
Kathleen Bennett 
Henry North 



Gary O'Sullivan 
Nicholas A. Gulli 
Ann Dudley 
Kenneth Woods 




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Mr. McCullough teaches biology, but is per- 
haps better known as the initiater of la- 
crosse to the town. He now coaches the 
sport and has led them to a state champion- 
ship. Miss Gregory is a gym teacher, espe- 
cially interested in gymnastics, which she 
judges and coaches. She also teaches First 
Aid, coaches swimming, and advises Lead- 
ers Club. Mr. Ahern teaches Math 421, alge- 
bra, and geometry, mixed with stories of his 
colorful past which include skiing, hockey, 
theater, and the army. He is Manager of 
Athletics. Mr. McCarthy, "Mac", likes soc- 
cer, skiing, and tennis, coaching all three. In 
addition, he enjoys gardening and chess. As 
a Spanish teacher, he advises Spanish Club. 
Mrs. Broderick teaches Arts and Crafts, 
Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Textile 
Design, and Photo Design. She uses her ar- 
tistic abilities to restore her house; she likes 
medieval music. Mr. Burns teaches U.S. His- 
tory and advises Future Teachers Club. His 
hobbies include traveling, swimming, and 
reading. Mrs. Bennett is a new Freshman 
English teacher at LHS, as well as a new 
chess player and target shooter. She enjoys 
baking, music, and reading. Mr. North 
teaches chemistry and advanced chemis- 
try. He is politically involved, holding posts 
in the Mass. Teachers Association and the 
Longmeadow Education Association. 






Mr. O'Sullivan, known as "Flash" for his 
haberdashery, is a business teacher. He 
advises Business Club and aids in managing 
the Lancer Bookstore. Mr. Gulli teaches 
math and Comparative Philosophy. He 
spends time at his camp in Vermont, play- 
ing golf and chess, and growing mush- 
rooms. Mrs. Dudley is a Latin teacher and 
advisor to the Latin Club and National Hon- 
or Society. She has interests in American 
Colonial architecture, antiquing, and caring 
for two Great Danes. Mr. Woods was an ecol- 
ogist before it became a popular passtime. 
He likes camping and advises the Ecology 
Club; he teaches math. 




Edward Donlon 
Born: March 6, 1940 
Died: November 16, 1972 




Memorial to Mr. Donlon 

I will remember this man, 
At ease in a room of powders, liquids, and metals. 
His shock of fiery hair, 
A smile set to burst and envelop me, 
In his catching laughter. 

He'd perch on a high, gray stool, 
Bent over a student's pitiable work, 
Intent in his criticism and advice. 
Eyes twinkling with fun and amusement, 
Unaware that I admired him. 

Karen Miller 



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Despite weaknesses at several 
positions, the Lancers managed 
to win 5 games, and finished with 
a winning record. Captain Mc- 
Keon sparked the attack while 
Sergeant Haddad held the fort. 
The outstanding efforts of the 
freshman and sophomore grid- 
iron grizzlies brighten the future 
of the Lancer football scene. 




1 Punter Scott Aye booms the pigskin. 

2 Jim "Dynamite" Duclos. 3 Nisco 
'nocks again. 4 Veteran mentor, Coach 
U., looks on. 



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Varsity Football: ROW 1; Gary O'Goley, Jeff Nissenbaum, Hugh Mannheim, Co-Captains Jim McKeon and Steve Haddad. John Cassa- 
masse, Mike Magnani, Pete Markell, Coach Stanley Ursprung. ROW 2; Managei Clyde Gill, George bmith, Scott Aye, David Climo, Jett Car- 
ney, Bob Harrington, Jeff Rosenthal, Leo Woods, Ernie Taddei. ROW 3; Eric Ratner, Jim Moran, Jim Duclos, Dick Jones, Geoffrey Greenleaf, 
Jim Hart, Evan Plotkin, Karl Schneider, Mark Destephano. ROW 4; Richard DiPippo, Bob Mathisen, Chris Shephard, David Frank, Jim War- 
ren, Bill Holloman, Harold Alston, Bill Ricco, Ass't. Manager Brian Rooke. ROW 5; Mike Woods, Frank Maddux, Wes Atwood, Jeff Andrews, 
Rick Gilbert, Mark Lawrence, Vince Cassamasse, Dean Fontaine, Phil Mackler, Jack Sadler. ROW 6; Coaches Tom Sawyer and Mike Deary. 
(Absent: Neil Sivek and Marc Haberman). 



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1 Steady Senior Pete Markell snaps the 
ball. 2 Fish-eyed Junior Mark Deste- 
phano ogles for daylight. 3 "Bullet" 
Jones Streaks for yardage. 4 Senior 
Steve Haddad eats the ball carrier. 



Freshman Football: ROW 1; Al Kobrowsky, Ed Dwyer, Mark Leavitt, Scott Williams, 
George Sarver, John Fenton, John Bridge, Buddy Edwards, Brendon Canovan, Chris Coros- 
topolis. ROW 2; Vince O'Reilly, Greg Dibiaso, Joey Appleman, Bill Staubach, Craig Tober, 
Rich Robbins, Brian DeMary, Bill Pratt, Dennis Markell, Steve Abdow, Steve Digerestorf. 
ROW 3; Coach Dan Kane, Mike Taylor, Peter McNally, Tony Ricco, Mike Garaffilo. John 
Woods, Tim McKenna, Jeff Seaman, Jeff Pezza, Eric Michelman, Steve Horwitz, Chris Shi- 
mel, Tim Walsh, Dave Wheeler, Coach Bob D'Agostino. (Absent: Tom Tripp.) 



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SOCCER 



The Lancer booters had high 
pre-season hopes, but they could 
not get untracked until midway 
through the season. However, 
their outlook brightened up when 
their new uniforms arrived and 
they finished strong with a 6 and 
8 record. 




1 Coach Ron rips into 'em at half time. 

2 Hard-nosed fullback Greg Petrides. 

3 Joltin' Joren Madsen steals the ball 
again. 4 Senior sweetie Skip Whitney 
makes another move. 



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Longmeadow Opponent 


2 


Classical 


3 


4 


Greenfield 


3 





Chic. Comp 


2 


4 


Westfield 


2 





Northampton 


2 


2 


Agawam 


3 


1 


Ludlow 


6 


1 


Tech 


3 


1 


Chicopee 


6 


4 


South Hadley 


2 


2 


Minnechaug 


1 


2 


W. Spfld. 


4 


4 


E. Longmeadow 


1 


10 


Holyoke 


1 


Record: 6 Wins, 8 Losses 




Varsity Soccer: ROW 1: Co-CaDtains Rich Mulcahy and Joren Madsen. ROW 2; Gary Goldstein, Bob Petroff, Mark Meserve, Dave Leavitt. 
Dave Welch, Jim Mills, Bill Orr, Greg Petrides, Chris Whitney. ROW 3; Coach Bob Delano, Jeff Olmstead, Aaron Davis, Neal Webber, Paul 
Ganelli, Skip Whitney, Pete Maglathlin, Jim Falconer, Jon Wilkinson, Malcolm Frisbie, Paul Bridge, Coach Ron Morissette. (Absent: George 
Fontaine.) 



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Jr. Varsity Soccer: ROW 1; Tad Anders, Rusty Dodge, Howie Lincoln, Steve Yanne, Steve Weitz, 
John Chabot, Dave Porro, Rob Compton, Steve Ellis, Uave Peck, Dave Stem, Kevin Campbell, Bruce 
Perkins. ROW 2; Bruce Gallup, Kevin Meder, Dave LaBroad, Andy White, Jeff Folkins, Bruce Lam- 
mers, Ned Chamberlain, Mark Fieldstein, Steve Cairns, Andy Craver, Dave Margolis, Gary De- 
Stephano, John Reardon, Coach Roger LeBlanc. (Absent: Ass't. Coach Peter Barrett.) 







1 Goalie "Wilbur" Mills directs the ac- 
tion from the twines. 2 Bob Petroff 
awaits the kickoff with Varsity standouts 
Neal Webber and Dave Welch. 3 Senior 
Rich Mulcahy stretches for another save. 
4 The "Dude" (11) looks on as Olm- 
stead does his thing. 



Freshman Soccer: ROW 1; Bob Ditomassi, Dave Connors, Rob Porro, Tim Janik, Jim 
Durocher, John Sullivan, John McCosker, Jeff Hacker, Jim Pellitier. ROW 2; Richard Cos- 
tagna, Jim Meade, Allan Steiger, Ron Baron, Chris Madsen, Billy Mentor, Rob Sears, Bill 
Schube, Dan Vorenberg. ROW 3; Barry Blinn, Donald Hanifan, Peter Southworth, Rick Win- 
gard, Jim Stewart, Mike Flocken, Jeff Mann, Larry Dwight, Coach Mike McCarthy. (Absent: 
Lake Contos, Bill Jarret, Craig Merrill.) 



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CROSS COUNTRY 



Led by Tom Pendleton and Howard Berman, the X Country team fin- 
ished with a 6 and 4 record. Most of the team also helped to kick-off the 
United Way fund drive by jaunting 22 miles over hill and dale through 
the greater Springfield area. They finished fifth in the Western Mass. 
meet. 







Longmea 


dow 


Opponent 


21 


West Springfield 


40 


41 


ChicopeeComp. 


18 


50 


Cathedral 


15 


22 


Wilbraham-Monson 32 


20 


Ludlow 


43 


20 


Tech 


35 


24 


Greenfield 


35 


37 


Southwick 


19 


37 


Agawam 


19 


20 


Classical 


40 



Record: 6 Wins, 4 Losses. 





1 Bearded wonder John Havens jogs for 
more laurels. 2 The Lancers line up, but 
Ludlow isn't quite ready. 3 Mini-skirted 
Senior Tom Pendleton staggers to victory. 
4 Coach Joe Winnie gets down to the nit- 
ty-gritty. 5 Kevin Sanford (far out left) 
spaces himself out from "Jean-Claude" 
Lavin, "Bozo" Pendleton, Wheezer, and 
Ferg, as the Bearded Wonder brings up 
the rear. 



Cross Country: ROW 1; Bill Laub, Ron Smith, Tom Pendleton, John Havens, Steve Lafler, 
Howie Berman, Kevin Sanford, Jim Lavin. ROW 2; Greg Chaput, Doug Muth, Rick Coburn, 
Brad Stoler, Coach Joseph Winseck, Barry Beckwith, Jim Leland, Roy Urdanoff, Mark Fer- 
guson, Dave Bennett, Kevin Williams, Pat Skrabanek. (Absent: John Morrissey, Dave Per- 
low, George Levine.) 



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FIELD HOCKEY 



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lt was another typical year for the girls in Field Hockey as 
far as records, but the fun and spirit which always accompa- 
nies the sport was greater than ever. Cathy Bliss, varsity full- 
back, felt next year's team will be something to look forward 
to. The attack was held by junior Celia Canavan and senior co- 
captain Maryalice Rooke, while a strong defense of senior cap- 
tain Donna Pratt, junior Debbie Evans, and the team's goalie 
Kathy Horner held the games to reasonable scores. 



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Longmeadow 




Opponent 





Minnechaug 


1 





E. Longmeadow 


5 


1 


Agawam 





1 


S. Hadley 


2 





Southwick 


2 





Minnechaug 








E. Longmeadow 


2 


1 


Agawam 


1 


1 


S. Hadley 


3 





Southwick 


7 





Enfield 


2 





W. Springfield 


2 



Record: 1 win, 9 losses, 2 ties 













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join Morris for a half time treat. 2 Soph- 
omore Mary Reid fights for her life 
against Southwick. 3 Senior Jill Atami- 
an follows the action closely and runs to 
assist teammates. 4. Pleading by the 
coach always seems to accompany a tired 
half time group. 



Field Hockey: ROW 1: Kiki Day, Joan Robbins, Morris, Co-Captain Maryalice Rooke, Mary 
Reid, Jill Atamian, Sue King, Iris Preman, Captain Donna Pratt. ROW 2: Coach Ann Boyaji- 
an, Eve Pratt, Jan Atamian, Karen Barnes, Maureen Fleming, Tricia Rooke, Meredith Har- 
rington, Susie Petterson, Celia Canavan, Debbie Evans, Cathy Bliss, Kathy Horner, Joann 
Haddad, Beth Pollard, Judy Cramer. 



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GIRLS' SWIMMING 






"Wait until next year" seemed 
to be an appropriate phrase for 
the girls swim team this year. The 
major problem was depth, there- 
fore this was a building year. Ten 
freshmen were included in the 
toal cast of 32 swimmers. High- 
lights of the year included place- 
ment of freshman Jenny Hollo- 
man in the 200 Freestyle, sopho- 
more Cindy McCray in the 100 
Freestyle, and sophomore Kristie 
Sanford in the 100 Butterfly in 
Western Mass. competition. Cap- 
tain Mary McCosker led the divers 
by reaching the semi-finals of the 
diving competition of Western 
Mass. Needless to say, the future 
looks very bright. 




1 Coaches Linda Segur and Judi Gregory 
evaluate the competition and standings. 

2 Freshman Mary Ann Benoit added 
greatly to the team's depth for the future 
with dives such as this one. 3 Totally in- 
volved in the race, high scoring Meg Riker 
streaks for a fast finish in the Individual 
Medley. 4 Kristie Sanford is certainly 
looking her best in the Butterfly as she did 
so well in Western Mass. competition. 



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Longmeadow 


Opponent 


42 


S.Hadley 


53 


25 


Minnechaug 


67 


30 


Holyoke 


60 


55 


Cathedral 


40 


66 


Chicopee 


29 


66 


ChicopeeComp. 


29 


33 


Holyoke Cath. 


61 


24 


E. Longmeadow 


71 


36 


W. Springfield 


59 


39 


Northhampton 


56 



Record: 3 wins, 7 losses 





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Girls' Swim Team: ROW 1; Joan Welch, Meg Riker, Co-Captain Lynn Lukas, Jane Goodman, Joann Karelitz, Martha Jacobek. ROW 2; Lori 
Walker, Maury Hannigan, Carole Baker, Patti Winer, Cindy McCray, Judi Haddad, Kristie Sanford, Maryjane Riley, Ann Marie Brunton, Lori 
Stover. ROW 3; Coach Judi Gregory, Sue Cahill, Lisa Haag, Mary Ann Benoit, Julie Vangsness, Carol Pelmas, Lisa Stevens, Jenny Holloman, 
Betsy LaBroad, Rosemary Welch, Manager Eva Veitenheimer, Coach Linda Segur. (Absent: Sue Fisher, Captain Mary McCosker, Andrea 
Tindal, Buffy Silverman, Kathy Harland, Betsy Johnson, Kay Petroff.) 



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BASKETBALL 



The almighty Lancers weren't 
so mighty, as the Senior Bucket 
Brigade of Stretch, "Spock" Al- 
len, and "Harp" Murray closed 
out their careers, but young play- 
ers promised better days will 
come. 






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1 Senior Dave Allen doing something he 
doesn't do often — play. 2 Jungle Jim 
Murray swings from the vine to score "2" 
for the Lancers. 3 Prince Charming. 




Varsity Basketball: ROW 1; Mark Fieldstein, John Reardon, Bob Petroff, Jim Murray, Phil Mackler. ROW 2; Ernie Taddei, Captain Rich Mulca- 
hy, Dave Allen, George Smith, Jeff Folkins, George Yerrall, Coach Ron Morissette. 



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1 "Jesus, can't you guys do anything 
right?" #?*! Coach Ron. 2 Bozo breaks 
the boards. 3 Wally waltzes in for two. 
4 Petroff practices for after the game. 





Longmeadow 

38 Palmer 




42 
44 
44 
38 
46 
38 
56 
52 
48 
42 
35 
49 
53 
50 
47 
46 
54 
48 
47 



Classical 

ChicopeeComp. 

Technical 

Westfield 

Agawam 

East Longmeadow 

South Hadley 

Ludlow 

Minnechaug 

Agawam 

East Longmeadow 

South Hadley 

Ludlow 

Minnechaug 

Agawam 

East Longmeadow 

South Hadley 

Ludlow 

Minnechaug 



Opponents 
47 
48 
60 
64 
51 
42 
58 
53 
35 
59 
52 
52 
42 
54 
59 
36 
53 
70 
46 
59 




J.V. Basketball: ROW 1; Buster Abbott, 

Craig Solomon. ROW 2; Gary DeStephano, 
Frank Maddux, Joe Campanella, Mike 
Fowler. ROW 3; Coach Francis Simanski, 
Pete Maglathlin, Dave Margolis, Jack 
Walsh, Joe Basile, Kevin Campbell, Gary 
Goldstein. (Absent: John Fleming.) 



Freshman Basketball: ROW 1; Peter Mattocks, Dave Finestone, Mike Taylor, John Fenton, 

Dennis Markell, Robert Porro, Jim Pelletier. ROW 2; Ron Baron, Bill Mentor, Barry Blmn, 
Jim Stewart, Mark Paulson, John Woods, Jeff Seaman, Kevin Milroy, Coach Charles 
Manheim. 



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HOCKEY 




Steig and Daley moved the offense, Paul, Jock, 
and the Bomber held the defense, and Pit kept 
the bench warm as the Lancer shinny men skat- 
ed, hit, and shot to cop second place in the Fay- 
Wright divison. It was one of the best showings 
ever for a Lancer hockey team. 





3 4 





1 "Golly gee whiz, this is fun!" exclaims 
Les Stieger. 2 Brian Durocher, ace Lan- 
cer goalie, beakons to the bench for help 
from backup Mike Sisitsky. 3 Senior 
Tim Daley (20) lights the lamp. 
4 "C'mon fellas, leave me alone. I didn't 
mean to put it in the wrong goal." 






Longmeadow 


Opponents 


2 


East Longmeadow 







2 


Minnechaug 




1 


1 


East Longmeadow 







3 


Palmer 




4 





Pittsfield 




1 


3 


ChicopeeComp. 







2 


Greenfield 







7 


Palmer 




2 


3 


Commerce 




4 


2 


Easthampton 




3 


7 


Greenfield 







5 


Commerce 




1 


5 


Minnechaug 







4 


Holyoke 




3 


7 


Trade 







3 


Easthampton 







3 


Trade 




1 


7 


Holyoke 




4 


7 


ChicopeeComp. 







2 


Classical 




4 




Record: 15 Wins, 5 Losses. 











Varsity Hockey: ROW 1; Jim Durocher, Tim Daley, Mike Sisitsky, Brian Durocher, Greg Pe- 
trides, Scott Williams, Chris Whitney. ROW 2; Les Steiger, Fran Caruso, John Bridge, Steve 
Williams, Harry Hobdell. Wes VanDeWater, Malcolm Frisbee, Paul Bridge, Coach Raymond 
Suzor. (Absent: Brian Daley, Bob Martin.) 




1 Harry humps again. 2 The Rayon was 
right on! 




J.V. Hockey: ROW 1; Bruce Lammers, John McCosker, Steve Meade, Tim Janik, Al Steiger, 
Chris Ferrero, George Romell. ROW 2; David Adriance, Steve Williams, Peter Southworth, 
Richard Kelly, Brian Daley, Bill Shenas, Coach Ralph Merullo. (Absent: Mike Garofalo.) 



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WRESTLING 



The, Lancer grapplers were 
stormin' cuz of Norman. Under- 
classmen were the strength of 
this year's perspiration platoon . 



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Opponents 


26 


Classical 




32 


33 


Amherst 




24 


40 


Taconic 




18 


15 


Technical 




36 


52 


St. Joseph 




12 


37 


Granby 




31 


21 


Pittsfield 




36 


9 


Cathedral 




40 


36 


West Springfield 


23 


23 


Westfield 




36 


52 


Trade 




18 



Record: 6 Wins, 5 Losses 







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Wrestling: ROW 1; D. Bryer, R. Smith, J. 
Michelman, R. Robbins, S. Knisly. ROW 2; 
R. Sweitzer, J. Finch, J. Smith, J. Pezza, C. 
Kelley, A. Evins, D. Stein, B. Shube, S. 
Wolkowitz, M. Flocken. ROW 3; Coach 
Sawyer, D. Springett, J Moren, J. Apple- 
man, C. Koretsopoulos, B. Schwartz, G. 
Contos, S. Carney, M. Walker, A. Craver, P. 
Morradd, B. Canavan, Coach Harris. ROW 
4; M. Morrissey, E. Levin, J. Rosenthal, J. 
Sadler, R. Dipippo, D. Kelley, E. Plotkin, R. 
Mathison, M. Flocken, S. Abdow, R. 
Schwartz. 



1 "Now I lay me down to sleep ..." 

2 Dipippo de hippo does his imitation of 
a beached whale. 



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SWIMMING 



The Lancer aquamen donned 
their water-wings to meet the 
challenge and stroked to a first 
place in their division. Rookie 
Coach Luzzatto engineered the 
team, led by juniors Jim Leland 
and Hillary Bergman, to loom as 
a Western Mass. powerhouse. 



Longmeadow Opponents 


72 


Tech 


23 


52 


West Springfield 


43 


45 


East Longmeadow 


50 


48 


ChicopeeComp. 


47 


73 


Agawam 


21 


58 


Amherst 


37 


74 


Trade 


15 


41 


Cathedral 


54 


54 


Northampton 


41 


63 


Chicopee 


32 


59 


Tech 


36 


39 


Minnechaug 


56 


60 


Agawam 


25 


84 


Trade 


11 


50 


Northampton 


45 



Record: 12 Wins, 3 Losses 





Swim Team: ROW 1; Wayne Warren, Tim Walsh, Scott Barger, Peter Breed, Jon Wilkinson (Capt). ROW 2; Jeff Glaser, Dick Jones, Jim Leland 
(Capt.), Hilary Bergman, Mike Karez, Larry Dwight, Mark Lochner, John Coughlan, Scott Feinstein, Larry Keddy. ROW 3; Dan Wolf, Glen Bas- 
sett, Marcus White, Rich Pelmas, Bill Neal, Jim Duclos. ROW 4; Manger Brian Demarey, Coach Alan Luzzatto, Bruce Perkins, Jeff Campbell, 
Bill Holloman, Mark Leavitt. (Absent: Tim Curto, Rich Weidman, Kurt Yaffe, Steve Young.) 



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The Ski Team dominated its 
league this year as our shushers 
captured the league title, a first 
for LHS. Seniors Jim Lavin, Joren 
Madsen, Skip Whitney, and Neal 
Webber took four out of the top 
five places in the individual 
championships. 




Longmeadow 


Opponents 


Won 


Holyoke 


Won 


ChicopeeComp. 


Won 


West Springfield 


Won 


Agawam 


Won 


Cathedral 


Won 


Westfield 


Won 


Amherst 


Won 


ChicopeeComp. 


Won 


Holyoke 


Won 


Minnechaug 


Won 


South Hadley 


Won 


North Hampton 



Record: 12 Wins, Losses 




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2 Jean-Claude Lavin attacks the slopes 
with grim determination. 



Ski Team: ROW 1; Coach Mike McCarthy. ROW 2; George Fontaine, Flint Lincoln, Karl 
Schneider, Rob Thomas, Jim Lavin, Neal Webber, Joren Madsen, Skip Whitney, Scott Clark, 
Chris Gille, Chris Madsen, Tim McKenna. (Absent: Steve Digerestorf.) 



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RIFLE TEAM 



The Rifle team started off with 
a bang, but their hopes for a win- 
ning season recoiled in succeed- 
ing matches. Yet there were 
bright moments as, for the first 
time in 7 years, private acade- 
mies fell in the sights of the Lan- 
cer marksmen. 




Longmeadow Opponents 



Lost 


Loomis Academy 


Lost 


Wilbraham Academy 


Lost 


Suffield Academy 


Won 


Westside 


Won 


Kingswood School 


Lost 


Wilbraham Academy 


Won 


Westside 


Lost 


Loomis Academy 


Lost 


Suffield Academy 


Lost 


Kingswood School 


Won 


Westside 






1 Dwight, Pat, and John (the one time 
Bearded Wonder) teach Coach V. a les- 
son. 2 What a beautiful sight! 



Rifle Team: ROW 1; Bob Walters, Preston Amy. ROW 2; Drew Mendus, John Havens, Dwight 
Havens, Coach Ray Villeneuve, Pat Skrabanek, Bob Villeneuve. (Members Absent: Henry 
Bogert, Scott Skrabanek, Rob Prybylo, Joe Thompson, Ken Athas, John Chambers.) 



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GYMNASTICS 



Having the superb personal 
and abilities unsurpassed by any 
Western Mass. floor X squad this 
year, the Terrible Tumblers of 
Longmeadow provided the mo- 
mentum to carry their equally 
agile teammates to their first 
winning season in the history of 
Boys' Gymnastics. 



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thodox way of pleasing women. 2 Joan 
Robbins finally kicks the habit. 3 Sam 
Nutter breaks another bronc. 4 Andrea 
Tindal hits the bars. 







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Girl's Gymnastics: ROW 1; Kerry Hessen, Lorrie Perreault, Co-Capt. Celia Canavan, Capt. Andrea Tindal, Joan 
Robbins, Judy Compton. ROW 2; Lynn Lukas, Sue Fisher, Nora Mayock, Ginny Hough, Martha Jacobek. ROW 3; 
Coach Judi Gregory, Judy Haddad, Laurie Hale, Joann Haddad, Janet Lyons. ROW 4; Jean Chidsey, Laurie Sul- 
livan, Shelly Robbins, Mimi Carter, Sue Cahill. (Missing: Janet Sarant.) 



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The girls of Longmeadow 
gymnastics had a very consistent 
season, ending the year with a 
record of four wins and three 
losses. Twelve members of the 
team represented the Lancers in 
Western Mass. competition, and 
led Longmeadow to a top position 
in the final standings. Sopho- 
mores maintained a large point 
average for the girls in leotards, 
and the captains, Andrea Tindal 
and Celia Canavan, were the top 
scorers, as well as leading the 
spirit of the team, which is ever 
so important in the quest for 
victory. 



Longmeadow Opponents 


59.70 


South Hadley 


52.10 


58.00 


Minnechaug 


68.00 


61.00 


Suffield 


48.70 


59.65 


Holyoke 


45.30 


60.00 


Cathedral 


64.75 


68.50 


W. Springfield 


71.40 


64.80 


Greenfield 


53.65 



Record: 4 wins, 3 losses 






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62.35 


South Hadley 


69.85 


73.70 


Minnechaug 


65.65 


70.05 


Suffield 


57.25 


75.60 


Holyoke 


86.85 


75.90 


Cathedral 


71.80 


78.35 


West Springfield 


83.80 


70.80 


Greenfield 


54.10 


69.20 


Deerfield Acadei 


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on the beam. 2 Mighty Mouth flies again. 

3 Little Cloud gets set for his routine. 

4 Mike Cloud nebulously storms to a high 
score. 5 Judy Compton grows horns. 



Gymnastics: ROW 1; Dave Orenstein, Jeff Gentes, Neal Cutler, Dave King, Sam Nutter, Mike 
Cloud. ROW 2; Tad Anders, Jeff Cloud, Jim Bliss, Steve Dane, Eric Michelman, Steve Brod- 
bent, Ford Madden, Coach John Kober. (Absent: Brad Rappaport, Dave Leavitt, Curt 
Hayes.) 



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DRILL TEAM 



One part of LHS that is rarely appreciated is the Drill Team. Our half- 
times are generally filled with the smiling faces and moving legs of these 
dedicated girls. Precision and timing are the main ingredients that put 
together the finely polished performances of the marching students. 
The group was coached by Mrs. Webster, and the 7 A.M. practices pro- 
bably seemed all too frequent. But we must all admit that it proved 
to be well worth their trials of early morning practices. Left, right, left, 
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1 A familiar scene at Lancer games is 
that of the marching girls. 2 Erica Bro- 
man. Nonce McGrath. Jennifer Smith. 
Eleni Klotsas, and Liz Welsh stay in step. 

3 Sue Stewart marches confidently. 

4 The seniors, always included in the 
traditional "Pomp and Circumstance". 

5 The girls perform their famous 'X' on 
the football field. 



Drill Team: ROW 1; L. Fredette, G. Mayer, S. Vrstadt, S. Alston, S. Rome, S. Feldman, Capt. 
J. Taylor, E. Klotsas, D. Fitzpatrick, M. Fisher, K. Sanford, P. Marini, Mrs. Elaine Webster. 
ROW 2; M. LaBroad, M. Thomas, K. Murray, J. Dunlevy, L. LaBroad, Co-Capt. L. Welsh. J. 
Philbin, J. Waldrond, D. Snyder, M. J. Markarian, B. Hirschaut. K. Tober. ROW 3; S. Bonchi, 
C. Nuger, D. Wiener, L. Margolis. S. Liden, L. Lavin, C. Smith, L. Picard, R. Rothstem, N. Fre- 
dette, N. McGrath, S. Stewart, E. Broman, J. Smith. (Missing: L. Bills, C. Craven. T. Danelow- 
itz, D. Dunlevy, R. Emery, G. Fitzpatrick, F. Greenbaum, R. Goldberg, A. Hochman, L. Jack- 
son, M. Kent, J. Kossoy, P. Simmon, D. Wiener, P. Stevens.) 



105 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



It was an exasperating season 
for the girls in black kilts on the 
basketball court, as the talent 
was greater on this year's team 
than ever before. Unfortunately, 
the squad couldn't seem to get it 
all together, as they finished the 
long season with a disappointing 
record of 7-10. Experience was a 
factor, since the team was made 
up of only four seniors, and five 
juniors. The J.V. team was very 
impressive and could help to 
build a strong team in the near 
future. 




1 Captain Louise Locario led the Lancers 
this season with driving lay-ups which 
helped her to be one of the team's leading 
scorers. 2 Junior Jennifer Smith grabs 
another rebound against rival East Long- 
meadow. 3 Senior Sue McManus pops in 
another jumpshot while opponents stand 
bewildered. 4 Coach Linda Segur ex- 
plains the strategy during a fervent half- 
time. 



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40 
25 
39 
31 
26 
35 
19 
34 
37 
18 
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23 
35 
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Agawam 

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South Hadley 

Ludlow 

Minnechaug 

Agawam 

E. Longmeadow 

South Hadley 

Ludlow 

Minnechaug 

Agawam 

E. Longmeadow 

South Hadley 

Ludlow 

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Opponent 
16 
29 
31 
37 
28 
44 
28 
22 
26 
35 
29 
35 
24 
31 
36 
47 
39 




Varsity: ROW 1; Coach Linda Segur. ROW 2; Co-Capt. Carol John- 
son, Captain Louise Locario. ROW 3; Debbie Dwight, Sue Mc- 
Manus, Jennifer Smith. ROW 4; Diane Denis, Donna Pratt. ROW 5; 
Amy Leavitt, Debi Bloom. 



Junior Varsity: ROW 1; Mary Lou Grogan, Eve Pratt, Coach Linda 

Segur, Karen Barnes. ROW 2; Joann Reardon, Karen Aye, Kathy 
Ferris. ROW 3; Carole Baker, Gail Levinsky, Jeanne Mooney. ROW 
4; Erica Broman, Betsy Johnson, Kristie Sanford. (Missing: Mau- 
reen Fleming, Martha Gray, Judy Cramer.) 



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CHEERLEADING 



The key to a school's spirit is in 
the hands of its cheerleaders. The 
LHS cheerleaders are a dedicated 
group of girls who practice many 
hours throughout the school year 
and appear at many Lancer 
sports events, rain or shine. They 
add pep, enthusiasm, color, and 
spirit to each game, whether on 
the field or on the court. A cheer- 
leader has come to be accepted 
as a necessary part of sports, and 
is essential in leading the Lancer 
teams to victory after victory. 
The squad was led by captain 
Mary Dwyer, and co-captain Lin- 
da Lilie, helped to round out a 
successful year. 





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of peppy cheerleaders. 2 Lorrie Per- 
reault lets out a booming "go". 3 Co- 
captain Linda Lilie demonstrates the per- 
fect form we saw all year. 4 The trio of 
Lorrie Perreault, Sue McManus, and Cap- 
tain Mary Dwyer cheer the guys on. 



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J.V.: ROW 1; Anne Ramsey, Capt. Liz Welsh, Anne Hower. ROW 2: Mary Harney, Candy Urstadt, Meredith Harrington, Laurie Hale. ROW 3: 
Donna D'Agostino, Lori Stover, Jean Philbin. Karen Wegiel. (Missing; Cheryl Felper, Debbie Ditmar). 




Freshmen: ROW 1; Debbi Padwater, Peggy Shoemaker, Captain Lisa Stevens, Julie Vangsness, Joy Hjelm. ROW 2; Jane Webber, Connie 
Murphy, Laurie Smith, Co-Capt. Pam Holmes, Sue Chase, Lynne Rapalus. (Missing: Lauri Lukas.) 



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LEADERS 



As large as it is, the Leaders Club is individually, as well as collectively valuable 
to the school. The athletically inclined who gave up their studies to help out fellow 
students are a testimony to the dedication to athletics in our school. The leaders 
are also greatly appreciated by the physical education teachers, who sometimes 
need a hand in typical gym classes. As the school increases in size, so will the gym 
classes, and Leaders Club will continue to serve the school to a great extent. 




Leaders Club: ROW 1; E. Plotkin, C. Emma, M. Frisbie, G. Smith, P. Gutermann, P. Bridge, N. Chamberlain, K. Schneider, P. Maglathlin, E. 
Taddei. ROW 2; J. Michelman, J. Hart, B. Harrington, C. Perkins, R. Mathison, R. Urdonaff, W. Duckett, J. Murray, C. Sheperd, S. Young. ROW 
3; M. Dwyer, P. Markell, L. Lukas, L. Picard, D. Welch, G. Yerrall, D. Dwight, J. McKeon. ROW 4; D. Denis, S. King, M. Moran, L. Lavin, N. Mc- 
Grath, L. Lilie, K. Yacavone, G. Thorburn, J. Baldwin, M. Fisher. ROW 5; J. Arenius, S. A. Kinsler, J. Robbins, J. Atamian, L. Perreault, K. Big- 
gins, E. Broman, S. Huck, E. Gloth. ROW 6; T. Rooke. (Missing; C. Canavan, C. Johnson, M. Jacobek, P. Southworth, L. Craven, J. Dickstein, L. 
Locario, M. McNally, D. Pratt, M.A. Rooke, J. Taylor, S. Aye, D. Cain, J. Carney, G. Greenleaf, C. Hayes, D. Jones, J. Kimball, M. Morisi, G. Pe- 
trides, D. Kelly, D. Orenstein, J. Wilkinson. ) 



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NSON 




The 1973 MASACKSIC Editors and Staff wants to 
extend special thanks to BROOKS JOHNSON and 
ERWIN HAUSAMANN, photographers, and DON 
LENDRY of the American Yearbook Company. 

We thank them for: Conferences at all hours of 
the day and night; Hours spent in the darkroom; 
The skill and knowledge they gave us; And their 
time and patience. We could not have done it alone. 

To Erwin we wish a Senior class which orders pic- 
tures early; to Brooks, a bright sunny day and uncut 
proof sheets; to Don, two more organizers for Edi- 
tors and an infinite supply of 3-R forms. 

THANKS GUYS . 





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Class Council: ROW 1: Mike Tougais, Linda LaBroad, Jim Falconer. ROW 2: Jim Murray, Joan Robbins, Liz Michelman, Mike Dunn, Carol Madden. 
ROW 3: Sue Budnick, Dave Gustafson, Les Steiger, Dave Allen, Arnie Alpert, Nancy Riley, Janice Dickstein. ROW 4: Neal Webber. (Missing: Jill Dray- 
more, Mary Dwyer, Sharon Feldman, Maryalice Rooke, Richard Weidman). 





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153 



— A — 

BRAD LEWIS ALBERT — p. 121 — Skiing 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3; 

Business Club 4; Yearbook 3; Literary Magazine 2,3. 

ARNIE ALPERT — p. 138 — OUTLET 3,4; Outing Club 3,4; Class 

Council 3,4; NHS 3,4; ACT 3,4. 

DAVID SCOTT ALLEN — Al, Schvug — p. 137 — Basketball 1,2,3,4; 

Soccer 1; Baseball 1; Class Council 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Class 

President 4. 

SUSAN JO-ANNE ALSTON — p. 130 — FTA 1; AFS 1,3; Drill Team 2, 

3,4; Ski Club 2; Keyettes 2,3; Indian Exchange 3; Guidance Aid 3,4; 

Class Council 3; Home Ec. Fashion Show Coordinator 4. 

JILL CHARLENE ATAMIAN — p. 126 — French Club 1; Field Hockey 

2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Cheerleading 3,4; Leader's Club 4. 

— B — 

JAMES RUMFORD BALDWIN — Jay — p. 128 — NHS 4; Leader's 
Club4. 

MICHAEL R. BARGER — Booge — p. 138 — Soccer 1,2; Outward 
Bound 1; Student Council 1,2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; Joint Committee 2; 
Class Council 1,2,3; Rod & Gun Club 2; Lacrosse 1,2; ACT 3; Intra- 
murals 1,2,3; Outing Club 3; Focus 74 Day 3. 
RUSSELL BARNARD — p. 138. 

HAROLD STEVENS BASDEKIS — Hal — p. 138 — Soccer 1; Ski Team 
1,2,3; NHS 4. 

THOMAS C. BAUM JR. — p. 138 — Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 
SUSAN BEDROSIAN — p. 132 — FTA 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3; NHS 
4. 

ROGER S. BENNETT — p. 138 — NHS 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Tennis 1, 
2,3,4; Ecology Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; HikingClub2. 
JAN BENSON — p. 138 — Lyrics 2,3,4; Chichester 1,2,3; Opera 1,2; 
Cantori2,4;NHS4. 
LINDA BERGAMINI — p. 138. 
BARBARA BETSHER — p. 138. 

HEATHER BARROWS BEWICK — p. 1 19 — Cheerleading 1,3; Student 
Council 1; Class Council 1,2,3; Ski Club 1,2; Drill Team 2; Keyettes 
2. 

SARAH BEYER — p. 134 — Outlet 2,3,4; SHAP 4; Seminar Day 4; 
ACT 3,4; Daisy-Weeds 4; German Club 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; NHS 3, 
4; Science Interaction Committee 4. 

EMILY BLAKE — p. 131 — Pomegranate Club 4; Explorer's Club 3,4; 
Photo Club 1,2,3,4; Outlet 1,2,3,4; Guerilla Theatre 3,4. 
DEBORAH ANN BLOOM — Debi — p. 135 — Tennis 3,4; MASACKSIC 
3,4; Basketball 1,4; Softball 1; Student Council 3,4; Field Hockey 1, 
2; Ski Team 3. 

BILL BOCCHINO — Bilbo, T.J. — Key Club 1 ,2,3,4, President 4; Cross 
Country 2,3, Football 1; Track 3; Intramurals 2,3. 
DIANE SUSAN BOGDANOWICZ — p. 138. 

HENRY BOGERT — p. 138 — German Club 1; AVA 1,2,3; Rifle Team 
2,3,4; Rod & Gun Club 3,4. 
JOSEPH BONGIOVANNI — p. 138. 
WHITNEY BRAND — p. 130. 

JAMES BRODY — Jim — Basketball 2; Intramurals 3,4. 
HERBERT BROWN — p. 138 — Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 
DEBRA ANN JUDE BRUNTON — Irish Cherokee — p. 138 — Future 
Nurses 2,3,4, President 4; Daisy Weeds 4; Indian Exchange Program 
3,4. 

JEAN BUCKINGHAM — p. 138. 

SUSAN BUDNICK — Sue — p. 133 — Class Council 3,4; Class Secre- 
tary 4; Monitor 2; Open Door Com. 3; Cheerleading 3; Pep Club 2,3, 
4; NHS 3,4; Tutor Co-Chairman 4; French Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 
3,4; Daisy Capt. 4; Intramurals 3; MASACKSIC business Staff 3; Key- 
ettes 2,3,4, President 2, Project Chairman 3, Publicity Chairman 4; 
Seminar Day 4; Student Hostesses 3; Drama Club 2; Ski Club 2. 

— C — 

JAMES S. CANAVAN — Jim — p. 138 — Lacrosse 2; Ski Club 2,3,4; 

Culture Club 4. 

CARL W. CARRIER — p. 138. 

JOANN E. CARUSO — Jody — p. 138. 

JOHN VINCENT CASSAMASSE — Sicilan — Football 3,4; Track 2,3; 

Lacrosse 4. 

MAURICE P. CHAPUT — p. 138 — Hockey 1,3; Lacrosse 2,3. 

MARGARET CHILDS — Peggy — p. 138 — Keyettes 2; Junior 

Achievement 2; Daisy-Weeds 4. 

LAWRENCE CHIZ — p. 139 — Concert Band 1,2,3,4. 

ROBYN CIZEK — p. 139. 

ROBERT H. CLAY — p. 139 — Jesters 4; "Our Town" 4; Outing Club 

4. 



MICHAEL DAVID CLOUD — p. 139 — Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. 

JONATHAN BRADFORD COGSWELL — Hester, Ralph, A.P., Cogs — 

p. 139 — Key Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; German Club 3,4; Rod & 

Gun Club 2,3; OutingClub 3. 

LANA LESLIE COHAN — p. 139 — Spanish Club 3,4; Business Club 4. 

SALLIECOHN — p. 139. 

GEORGE COLLARD. 

ANDREA COLMES — p. 133. 

JUDITH BRIGGS COMPTON — Judy — p. 1 16 — Gymnastics 2,3,4. 

NANCY COSGRIFF — p. 1 16. 

PAMELA MARYCOVALLI — Pam — p. 116. 

LAURIE ANN CRAVEN — p. 139 — Softball 1; Keyettes 2,3,4; French 

Club 2; FTA 3; Leader's Club 4; NHS 4. 

MARK CROSBY — p. 139 — JET JOTTER 2,3. 

MARGARET CURRAN — Peggy — p. 124 — Swimming 1,2,3,4; 

Cheerleading 1; MASACKSIC 2,3,4; Senior Co-Editor 4. 

NEAL HOWARD CUTLER — Veal Cutlets — p. 139 — Track 3,4; 

Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. 

LINDSEY CHILSON. 

— D — 

BRIAN JAY DALEY — p. 139 — Hockey 1,2,3,4; Pomegrante Club 4. 
TIM DALEY — Hockey 1,2,3,4. 

TINA DANELOWITZ — p. 139 — Office Aide 1; Spanish Club 1; Ski 
Club 1; Student Hostesses 1,2; Class Council 1,2,3; Class Vice Presi- 
dent 3; Student Council 1,2; Drill Team 3,4; Daisy Weeds 4; Indian 
Exchange 4; President Business Club 4. 

ARIS DASKALAKIS — p. 139 — Guidance Aids 1,2,3; Office Aids 1,2, 
3; Ecology Club 2; Tutoring 2,3; Keyettes 4; Spanish Club 4; FTA 4. 
AARON DAVIS — Dude — p. 139 — Band 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; 
Spanish . 

KATHERINE PATTERSON DAY — Kiki — p. 121 — Swim Team 1,2; 
Field Hockey 4; Ski Club 1,2,3; Ski Team 3,4, Captain 4; Pep Club 1, 
2; Outing Club 3; Art Club 2; Pomegrante Club 4; AFS 1,2,3; Track 4. 
DEBORAH DEMAREY — Debbie — p. 153 — AFS 1,2; Ski Club 2; Rid- 
ing Club 2; Future Nurses 3; Indian Exchange 3,4; SHAP 4. 
JANICE DICKSTEIN — p. 123 — French Club 1; Ski Club 1,2; Student 
Hostesses 1,2; AFS 1,2; Leader's Club 3,4; Drill Team 3; Pep Club 
Chairman 3; MASACKSIC 3,4; Activities Editor 4; Class Council 4; 
Keyettes (Project Chairman) 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Governor's Hostess 
Eastern States Exposition 4. 

JILL DRAYMORE — p. 140 — Student Council 1; Class Council 1,3,4; 
Ski Club 1,2; Band 1; AFS 2; Keyettes 2,3,4; Drill Team 2,3; Student 
Hostesses 2,3; FTA 3; Pep Club 3,4; Joint Committee 3; Pomegrante 
Club4;NHS4. 

LAURA ANN DREYER — p. 140 — French Club 1; FTA 1; Guidance 
Aid 2; Art Club 2; Pomegrante Club 4. 
WILLIAM DUCKETT — Baseball 1,2,3,4. 
ROBIN DUNKER— p. 135., 

DEBORAH DUNLEVY — Debbie — p. 140 — Band 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 
2,3,4; Chorus 1; Ski Club 1; French Club 1; Keyettes 2. 
MICHAEL DUNN — p. 140 — Class Council 1,2,3,4; Student Council 
1; Key Club 2,3,4; Leader's Club 3; NHS 3,4; French Club 2; Musical 
3; Lyrics 3,4; MASACKSIC 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Tennis 1,2,3,4. 
MARY CATHERINE DWYER — Dwy — p. 122 — Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, 
Co-Captain 3, Captain 4; Student Council 1,2; Class Council 1,2,3,4; 
Class Treasurer 2,3,4; MASACKSIC 3,4; Senior Co-Editor 4; Ski Club 
2; Softball 1; Daisy Weed Chairman 4; Usher for Class of 1972; Lead- 
er's Club 4; NHS 4. 

— E — 

PETER ELMER — Fudd — p. 140 — Track 1,2,3,4; Men's Chorus 2; 
Lyrics 3,4; Chichester 2,3,4; Soccer 2; Key Club 3,4; Pops Concert 1; 
Basketball Mgr. 1; MASACKSIC 3,4; Circulation Editor 4; NHS 4; In- 
tramurals 2,3,4. 

SUSAN ANNE ELSNER — Sue — p. 140 — Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2, 
3,4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Musicals 2,3; Opera 2; German Club 1,2,3,4; 
AFS 4; Library Aids 1,3; Newcomers Club 3,4. 
RICK EMERY — p. 140. 

LAURA DEBORAH EPSTEIN — p. 140 — JET JOTTER 2,3,4, Circula- 
tion Mgr. 3; New Editor 4; French Club 1,2; Bookstore Club 2,3; Ju- 
nior Red Cross Club. 

— F — 

JAMES A. FALCONER III — Arch, Opie, Falc — p. 140 — Soccer 1,2,3, 
4; Baseball 1,2; Wrestling 1,2; Rod & Gun Club 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; 
Class Council 4; NHS 4. 
PAUL CHARLES FARRELL — Hinkle — p. 140 — Intramurals 1,2; 



PomegranteClub4. 

SHARON LYNN FELDMAN — p. 140 — Class Council 3,4; NHS 4; 
MASACKSIC Business Staff 3; Drill Team 2,3,4; Daisy Weeds 4; Intra- 
murals 3,4; AFS 1,2,4; Business Club 4; Domestic Exchange 1,2,3,4; 
Keyettes 2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Bookstore 
Club 4; Office Aid 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Student Host- 
esses 1,2,3,4; Pomegranate Club 4. 

MARK FERGUSON — p. 140 — Band 1,2,3,4; Jesters 1,2,3,4; Track 2, 
3; Cross Country 3,4. 
MICHAEL FERMAN. 

DEBRA ELLEN FIELDMAN — Debbie — p. 140 — FTA 1,2; Intramur- 
als 3; Student Hostesses 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3; Book Club 1; Pep 
Clubl. 

JOANN FIMOGNARI — p. 140 — Keyettes 2, Vice President 2; MAS- 
ACKSIC 2,3,4; Ski Club 2; French Club 1,2. 

LINDA JEAN FINN — p. 140 — Majorettes 2,3,4, Captain 4; FTA 1,2, 
4; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Student Hostesses 1,2; Girl's Cho- 
rus 1; Concert Chorus 2,3,4; Honors Chorus 4; Opera 2; Musical 3; 
Intramurals 3; Daisy Weeds 4. 
CHRIS FISHER— p. 132. 

MARY KAE CAROLINE FISHER — p. 133 — Ski Club 1; Keyettes 2,3; 
Pep Club 3; Leader's Club 4; NHS 4; Drill Team 4; Intramurals 3; 
Ecology Club 3. 

SUSAN FISHER — p. 116 — Swim Team 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; 
Cheerleading 1,3,4; Gymnastics 4. 

DEBORAH ANN FITZPATRICK — Debbie — p. 135 — Drill Team 4; 
Business Club 4; Keyettes 4. 
KEVIN FLEMING. 
JOHN FONTANA. 
RAY FONTANA — p. 140. 
RAYMOND FRAMARIN — p. 141. 
DEBRA FRANK — p. 122. 
PERRY FULLER— p. 141 — Rod & Gun Club 2,3,4. 

— G — 

LISA SHERRY GALPERT — Pizza — p. 141 — Field Hockey 1,2,3; 
Basketball 1; Softball 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Daisy Weeds 4. 
BLAIR GAUDREAU — p. 141 

JEFF GENTES — p. 141 — Gymnastics 3,4; Track 3,4. 
MARLA GETZOV — p. 141 — Dramatics 4; FTA 1,2; Student 
Hostesses 1,2; Concert Chorus 3,4; Honors Chorus 4; Chichester 4. 
MARY LOU GILES — p. 134 — French Club 1,2,3; Riding Club 1; 
Bookstore Club 2; NHS 3,4; Jr. Achievement 2,3,4; Track 3,4. 
ELAINE GLOTH — 131 — Masacksic 4, Keyettes 3,4; AFS 1,2,3,4; 
Leaders Club 3,4; Student Hostesses 1,2. 
THOMAS GODFREY — p. 141. 
BARBARA GOLDBERG — p. 123. 

MARCY GOLDBERG — p. 141 — French Club 1,2,3; Bookstore Club 
2; NHS 3,4; Jr. Achievement 3,4; Orchestra 1; Concert Chorus 2. 
PATTI GOLDSTEIN — p. 141 — Riding Club 1; FTA 2; Softball 2,3; 
Outing Club 3,4; ACT 4. 

ED GOLDSTICK — p. 120 — Hockey 1,2,3; Lacrosse 1,2; Spring Soc- 
cer 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Mens Chorus 1; 
Lyrics 1,2,4; All-District Chorus 1,2,4; All-State Chorus 1,2,4; Dra- 
matics 1,2,3. 
ADELINA GOMEZ. 
DEBRA GOODLESS — p. 141 . 

CAROL ANN GOODNO — No Good — p. 118 — Keyettes 2; Painting 
3. 

ALLEN GRACE. 

JOHN FRANCIS GRIFFIN JR. — Griffont — p. 141 — JET JOTTER 2,3, 
4; Sports Editor 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Lacrosse 1,2; 
Student Council 4. 

BARBARA GRIMALDI — Janitor Helper 1,2; Business Club 4; Office 
Aidsl. 

DIANA GRIPPEN — p. 141 

KATHERINE GUILD — p. 125 — AFS 1,2,3,4; Basketball; Indian Ex- 
change 3,4. 

SUSAN MARIT GUNDERSON — Sue — p. 126 - AFS 1,2; Art Club 2; 
Concert Chorus 2,3; Keyettes 3; Spanish Club 3; Pep Club 3; NHS 4. 
PETER BOLAND GUSHUE — Pete — p. 123 — Mens Chorus 1.2; 
Drama Club 1; AFS 2,3,4, Secretary 3; German Club 2,3,4, Vice- 
President 4; Key Club 3,4; Publicity Director 4. 
DAVID GUSTAFSON — Gus — p. 141 — Student Council 1.2; Class 
Council 1,2,3,4; Class President 1; Vice President 4; Baseball 1,2,3, 
4; Football 1; Soccer 3; French Club 3; Ecology Club 2. 

— H — 

MARC HABERMAN — p. 153 — Football 2.3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Sail- 



ing 2,3,4; Yearbook and Newspaper Photographer 2,3; Mens Chorus 

1. 

DONALD HACKER — p. 141 — Don — Ski Team 1,2,3; Tennis 1,2,3, 

4; Ski Club 1,2,3. 

STEVEN HADDAD — p. 124 — Camel-Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; 

Lacrosse 1,2.3.4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

PATRICIA HARNOIS — p. 141. 

SUSAN HARNOIS— p. 142. 

CAROL SUE HARRIS — p. 130 — Student Council 1,2,3,4, Secretary 

3, President 4; Class Council 1,2; Class Treasurer 1; Class Secretary 

2; JET JOTTER 2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Concert Chorus 1,2,3; Lyrics 

4; Ski Club 1,2; Musical 3; NHS 3,4; ACT 3,4. 

DWIGHT HOWARD HAVENS — p. 121 — Dwigit — AVA 3.4; Library 

Aids 1,2; Rifle Team 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; French 

Club 1,2,3,4; Rod & Gun Club 4; SnurffingClub 4. 

JOHN RICHARD HAVENS— p. 142 Rifle Team 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; 

Cross-Country 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3; Library Aid 2. 

KERRY HESEN — p 118. 

LUCY HINCHCLIFF — p. 142 — Business Club 4; Archie's Helpers 1, 

2. 

RUSSELL HITZ — p. 131 — Rusty — Library Aid 2,4; Mens Chorus 2. 

KATHERINE MARIE HOBDELL — Kathy — p. 142 — Swim Team 1.2; 

Band 1,2,3,4. 

STEVE HOCHSTADT. 

DEBBIE HOLMES— p. 120 

JOSEPH HOLMES — p. 142. 

SARA HOLMES — p. 124. 

JANE ELIZABETH HOLZAPFEL — p. 123 — Student Council 2; Riding 

Club 2; AFS 3,4. 

JOHN TAYLOR HOPKINS — Hop — p. 143 — Baseball 1; Football 1: 

Track 3,4; Intramuals 1,2,3,4. 

VIRGINIA GREER HOUGH — Ginny — p. 133 — Riding Club 1; Art 

Club 1; Gymnastics 4. 

CHERYL HOWARD. 

SALLY HOWE — Ho — p. 143 — MASACKSIC Business Staff 2,3.4; 

French Club 1; Softball 1; Intramurals 3,4. 

KAREN MARIE HOYT — p. 125 — Chichester 1,2,3,4; Lyrics 2,3.4; 

FTA 1; French Club 1; Opera 2. 

DAVID HUMPHREY. 

DEBORAH LEIGH INGALLS — Debby — p. 142 — Basketball Mgr. 1; 
French Club 3; Drama Club 3,4; AFS 4; Musicals 2,3; Opera 2; Con- 
cert Chorus 1,2,4; AFS Smogasbord 3,4. 

— J — 

ANDREW JOHN JAKOBEK — Jake — p. 142 — Soccer 1,2; Basketball 
1; Swim Team 2,3,4; Lacrosse 2; Mens Chorus 1.2; Lyrics 3,4: Chich- 
ester 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4. 
JOELJANOVSKY — p. 142. 
ROBERT JENKINS — Jenks — p. 142 — Football 1 . 

— K — 

MICHAEL TODD KAGAN — Cyrus — p. 142 — Jesters 1,2,3.4; Band 
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4. 

HEIDI MAXINE KANE — p. 128 — Chichester 2; Concert Chorus 2; 
Girl's Chorus 1; NHS 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; AFS 1,2; FTA 1,2; Jr. Red 
Cross 1,2; Guidance Aids 12; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 3: 
Latin Club 4; Library Aids 3; Student Hostesses 1,2; Musicals 2,3; 
Opera 3; Bookstore Club 2. 
LAURIE KELLEY — p. 143. 

DENNIS LEO KELLY — p. 143 — Football 1: Baseball 1.2.3.4: Leaders 
Club 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,4. 
WILLIAM KERN — Kerr 
CHRIS KESSLER — Kesle — p. 143 

DAVID KING — Dobbs — p. 143 — Soccer 1.2; Gymnastics 1.2.3.4; 
Tennis 4; Business Club 4; Leaders Club 3; Intramurals 3.4. 
SUSAN KING — Sue — p. 143 — Field Hockey 2.3.4: Tennis 1 ; News- 
paper 1; Basketball 1 . 

SUE ANN KINSLER — p. 123 — Cheerleading 3.4; Pep Club 3.4; 
OUTLET 4; Gymnastics mgr. 4; Leaders Club 4. 
LORI NAN KITCHENER — Kitch — p. 143— Drama Club 1.2.3. Span- 
ish Club 1.2. Future nurses 1; MASACKSIC Business Staff 4. 
SUSAN ANN KLEIN — p. 127 — Majorettes 3.4; PepClub 1.2: Chorus 
1,2,3; Bicycle Club 4. 

ELENI DEMMETRA KLOTSAS — Lenny — p. 136 — AFS 1: French 
Club 1.2; Drill Team 2.3.4: FTA 4 
KARL EDWARD KNAPP — Football 1; Wrestling 1.2.3.4. 



THOMAS KOETSCH — Mot — p. 143 — Intramurals 3,4. 

JANIIA ELLEN KOSSOY — Jamie — p. 143 — Basketball 1; French 

Club 1; Keyettes3; Drill Team 3,4; Daisy Weeds 4. 

DANIEL KRUG 

— L — 

BRADLEE LABROAD — p. 143 — Swimming 2,3. 
LINDA LABROAD — p. 143 — Class Council 1,2,3,4; Student Council 
1; AFS 1,2,3; Drill Team 2,3,4; Home Ec Fashion Show 2,4; Keyettes 
2; NHS 4. 

JUNE LAMING — p. 143. 
SUSAN LARKIN. 

JAMES FREDERICK LAVIN — J. Lav. — p. 143 — Ski Team 1,2,3,4; 
Math Team 4; Lacrosse 1; Track 2,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; French 
Club Treasurer 3; Student Council 4; School Committee Advisory 
Group 4; Youth Advisory Council — Vice Chairman 4; JET JOTTER 2, 
3,4; Business Mgr. 3; News Editor 4. 
KEITH LAWRENCE — p. 144. 
KENNETH LAWRENCE— p. 144. 
BRUCE LEAVITT — p. 144. 

JEFF LEAVITT — p. 144 — Radio Club 1,2; MASACKSIC 4; Key Club 
3,4; Guidance Advisory Committee 3,4; Chess Club 1,2,3. 
FAITH-ROBIN LEPOW — p. 144 — FTA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Student 
Hostesses 1,2; Spanish Club 4; Pep Club 1,2; Bookstore Club 1; In- 
tramurals 3,4. 

BRIAN DAVID LESHIN — p. 144— Basketball 1; Intramurals 4. 
FREMALEVI — p. 128. 
BRUCE LEVIN. 

JERROLD LEVINSKY — Jerry — p. 144 

GAIL EILEEN LITTLEFIELD— p. 144— Ski Club 1,2; Drama Club 1,3; 
Spanish Club 2.3,4; Chess Club 3; Crafts Club 3. 
LOUISE LOCARIO — p. 144 — Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Tennis 
1,2,3,4; Indian Exchange 3,4; ACT 3,4; AFS 2,3,4. 
KEVIN LONG — p. 144. 
PETER LONGO — p 116. 
KEVIN LOS — p. 145. 
BARRY LYONS — p. 119 

— M — 

MARK MACKLER — Bear — p. 145 — Baseball Mgr. 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
ball Mgr. 1,2,3; Three-On-One-Champs 2; Key Club 2,3,4. 
CAROL MADDEN — Bos — p. 129 — Class Council 4; MASACKSIC 3, 
4; OUTLET 2,3. 
JOREN C. MADSEN — p. 145 — Soccer 1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4; Ski Team 

2,3,4; Tennis 1,2; Spring Soccer Chairman 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Wind 
Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; NHS 4. 

MICHAEL MAGNANI — p. 145 — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4. 
APRIL ELIZABETH MAJOR — p. 117 — Chorus 1,2,3,4; Archaeology 
Club4. 

DONALD MAKI — Don 

NANCY ANN MALCONIAN — p. 129 — French Club 1,2; MASACKSIC 
1,3,4; Picture Editor 3,4; NHS 3,4. 

HUGH D. MANHEIM — Ruby Bagonya — p. 117 — Football 1,2,3,4; 
Baseball 1; Wrestling 1; Lacrosse 2; Key Club 2. 
PETER K. MARKELL — Pistol — p. 145 — Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Leader's Club 4. 
LAURIE MARSHALL — p. 145. 
KAREN MARSZALEK — p. 145 — ACT 3,4. 
BOB MARTIN — p. 136 

BARRY M. MASON — Clutch, Crash — p. 145 — Jesters 1,2,3,4; As- 
tronomy 1; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Chess Club 2,4; Rod & Gun Club 1,2; 
Snurfing4. 

VIRGINIA ANN MAYER — Ginanne — p. 118 — Drill Team 3,4; Ski 
Club 2; Keyettes 2,3; Student Hostesses 2,3; Intramurals 1,2. 

ELEANOR GRACE MAYOCK — Nora — p. 127 — Cheerleading 1; Drill 
Team 2,3; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Keyettes 2,3. 
APRIL MAZZARINO — p. 145 — MASACKSIC 3,4. 
MARY McCOSKER — p. 129 

JAMES L. McKEON — p. 145 — Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Leaders Club 3,4; Key Club 4. 

WILLIAM MICHAEL McMAHON — Ed., Mike — p. 145 — French Club 
1,2; Ski Club 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Monitor 2,3; 
Leaders Club 3; Ecology Club 3. 

SUSAN McMANUS — p. 148 — NHS 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cheerlead- 
ing 4; FTA 2,3; Ski Club 1,2; Chichester 1,2.3,4; Photography 4; In- 
tramurals 2,3; District Chorus 3,4; Honors Chorus 3,4. 
MARY McNALLY — p. 148 — AFS 1,2,3,4; Indian Exchange Program 



4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Chorus 3; JET JOTTER 3,4. 
KATHERINE JULIA McNEIL — Kathy — p. 1 27 . 

lisa Mcpherson — p. 119. 

STEPHEN ROBERTS MEHRTENS — p. 137 — Soccer 1,2,3; Ski Club 
1.2. 

ROBERT MELHORN — p. 128 — MASACKSIC 4; Lacrosse 2,3; Hock- 
ey 1,2,3; OUTLET 4. 

MAUREEN AN MICHALIK — Mimi — p. 148. 
ELIZABETH MICHELMAN — Lizzy — p. 132. 
LEO MILANO. 
JOANNE MILAR — p. 148. 

KAREN ELLEN MILLER — p. 148 — Newspaper Artist 1; OUTLET 1,2, 
3,4; French Club 1,2,3; FTA 1; Class Council 1; Ski Club 2; Basketball 
l;Chorus 1. 

JAMES A. MILLS — Jim, Wilbur — p. 148 — Baseball 1,2; Soccer 1,2, 
3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

JUDITH ELIZABETH MOORE — Judy — p. 125 — Riding Club 1; 
Domestic Exchange 1; Ski Club 1,2,3; Student Hostesses 2,3; Key- 
ettes 2,3; Pep Club Chairman 3; Daisy Weeds 4. 
NORMAN MOREN — Red — Football Mgr. 1,2; Gymnastics Mgr. 1; 
Baseball Mgr. 1,2; Wrestling 2. 
PAUL MORRISON. 
JOSEPH MORRISSEY — p. 148. 

RICHARD MULCAHY — p. 148 — Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Cap- 
tain 4; Baseball 1; Soccer 2,3,4; Track 4; Ecology Club 3; Ski Club 1, 
2. 

BARBARA ANNA MUNNICH — p. 148 — Guidance Aids 1,2,3; AFS 3, 
4; ACT 3,4; Track 3,4; Insight 70's 2,3; JET JOTTER 2,3,4; OUTLET 3, 
4. 

JIM MURRAY — p. 127 — Leader's Club 3,4; Class Council 3,4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 2,3. 

— N — 

JIM NAKOS — Gruber — p. 148 — Swim Team 3; Intramurals 1,2,3, 

4. 

BILL NEAL — p. 148 — Track 1,2,3,4; Swim Team 3,4; Rifle Team 1, 

2. 

JANET ODETTE NICHOLS — p. 137 — FTA 1; Pep Club 1; Keyettes 2, 

3; Student Hostesses 2. 

JEFF NISSENBAUM — p. 130. 

GAIL NORTON — p. 137 — Business Club 4; Keyettes 4. 

SAM NUTTER — p. 130 — Football 1,2; Gymnastics 2,3,4; Track 1,2, 

3,4; Class Council 2,3; Ski Club 2. 

— O — 

GARRY O'GOLEY — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2. 

GEOFF O'GRADY — AFS Exchange Student 4; NHS 4. 

GARY R. OKUN — p. 135 — MASACKSIC Business Staff 3. 

JEFFREY GAGE OLMSTEAD — Jeff — p. 148 — Soccer 1,2,3,4; NHS 

4; ACT 3,4. 

SUSAN CAMPBELL OLMSTEAD — Hearts — p. 124 — Riding Club 1; 

French Club 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Art Club 2; ACT 3,4. 

SHERRY LEIGH OLSEN — p. 132 — NHS 4; Keyettes 3,4; FTA 3; Daisy 

Weeds 4. 

DAVID ORENSTEIN — Bean — p. 148 — Football 1; Lacrosse 1,2; 

Gymnastics 3,4; Track 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Leaders Club 

4. 

— P — 

ROBIN LEIGH PAAR — p. 149 — FTA 1; Ski Club 2; Keyettes 2,3; Stu- 
dent Hostesses 2; Drill Team 3; Class Council 3. 
ROSEMARY PAQUETTE — Rose — p. 126 — Keyettes 2,3; Drill Team 
3; Daisy Weeds 4; Pep Club 3. 

RICHARD VINCENT PAUL JR. — p. 149 — JET JOTTER 2,3,4, Editor- 
in-Chief 4; NHS 3,4; Jesters 1,2,3,4. 

THOMAS PENDLETON — Pendlebomb, Punky — p. 118 — X Coun- 
try 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; MASACKSIC 3,4. 
REGINA MARIE PENNA — Gina, Reg — p. 134 — AFS 1,2,3; Drama 
Club 1,2; Pops Concert 1,3; Lyrics 4; Girls Concert Chorus 1,2,3; 
Girls Sports Night Cheerleader 1; Musical 2; Opera 2; FTA 1,2; Ar- 
cheology Club 3,4; Majorettes 1,2,3. 

CHRIS PERKINS — p. 149 — Track 3,4; Leaders Club 4; French Club 
2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

LORETTA PERREAULT — Lorrie — p. 117 — Drill Team 2; Cheer- 
leading 1,3,4; Gym Team 1,2,3,4; Leaders Club 3,4; Pep Club 2; Gym 
Night 1; Daisy Weeds 4; Intramurals 1,2,3. 

NANCY PETTERSEN — p. 136 — Pep Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 2; 
Ecology Club 2; Outing Club 3; Snurfing Club 4. 



MICHAEL ANDREW PEZZA — p. 131 — MASACKSIC 3,4, Activities 
Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Musicals 1,2,3; Mens 
Chorus 4; Chichester Chorus 4; Western Mass. Honors Chorus 4; 
National Junior Honor Society 1; NHS 3,4; Key Club 4; French Club 
1,2,3,4; Class Board 1,2; Student Council 1,2; Tennis Team 4; Semi- 
nar Day Committee 4. 
MARY PHILBIN — p. 122 — Key Club 2,3,4. 

NANCY POLLARD — p. 149 — Keyettes 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; French 
Club 2,3,4; Jr. Representative 3; Sr. Representative 4; FTA 1,2,3,4; 
AFS 2,3; Drama Club 1; Guidance Aid 2,3; Girls Chorus 1; Concert 
Chorus 2,3,4; Opera 2; Musicals 3; NHS 4; Daisy Weeds 4. 
DANIEL POROWSKI — p. 149 — NHS 3,4. 

DONNA PRATT — Prattly — p. 120 — Field Hockey 2,3,4, Co-Cap- 
tain 3, Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Leaders Club 
3,4; NHS 3,4, Treasurer 4; Outing Club 4; Lyrics 2,3,4; Girls Concert 
Chorus 1; Opera 2; Intramurals 1,2,3; AFS 1; Archaeology Club 4. 
IRISPREMAN — p. 149. 
ROBERT FRANCIS JOSEPH PRYBYLO ESQ. — Rock Head — p. 149. 

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DALE ROBERT QUEENAN — The Queen — p. 149 — Key Club 1,2,3, 
4; Football 1,2; Track 1; Intramurals 1,2,3. 

— R — 

ANDREA RAFFERTY — p. 149 — Spanish Club 1; Band 1,2,3; Pops 
Concert 2,3; Student Hostesses 2; AFS 2; Talent Night 1 
LOGAN RAFFERTY — p. 149. 

PATRICIA E. RATNER — Patti — p. 149 — FTA 1,2,3, Vice President 
3; French Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4, Secretary 4; 
MASACKSIC Business 3; Daisy Weeds 4; Intramurals 3; Pep Club 2,3, 
4. 

JANE RIBBLE — p. 117 — FTA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; 
HELP Club 1; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Guidance Aid 2; AFS 2; 
Musicals 3; Lyrics 4. 

NANCY RILEY — p. 149 — Debate Team 4; OUTLET 3,4; ACT 3; Class 
Council 4; Joint Committee 4; Outing Club 3 4 
DAVID ROBBINS — p. 149. 

JOAN ROBBINS — p. 126 — Gymnastics Team 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 
2,3,4; Gym Night 1; Class Council 3,4; Daisy Weed 4; Cheerleading 3, 
4; NHS 4; Ski Club 2,3; French Club 1; Leaders Club 3,4; Intramurals 
1,2,3. 

THOMAS ROBERTS — p. 149 — Rod and Gun Club 3; Business Club 
4; Intramurals 1.2.3. 
GARY ROBERTSON. 
CHERYL ROBINSON — p. 149. 
ALBERT ROBITAILLE — Al — p. 150. 

SUSAN ROME — p. 121 — Sue, Drill Team 3,4; French Club 2; Ski 
Club 2; Keyettes 2,3,4; MASACKSIC Business 3; Daisy Weeds 4; In- 
tramurals 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4. 

MARYALICE ROOKE — M.A. — p. 129 — Ski Club 1,2; Drama Club 1; 
AFS 3; Field Hockey 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Cheerleading 3,4, JV Co- 
Capt. 3; NHS 4; Leaders Club 4; Class Council 4; Musical 3. 
ARLENE ROSENKRANTZ — p. 150 — NHS 4; FTA 1,2; Ffench Club 1, 
2,3; Ski Club 2; Explorers Club 4. 
DAVID ROUTSON. 
CHERYL ROWBOTTOM — p. 150. 
MARK RYAN — p. 150. 

— S — 
DEBORAH SALFAS — p. 150. 

KEVIN SANFORD — Sand, Wasp — p. 150 — X-Country 1,2,3,4; Golf 
2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4. 
ANDYSAYKIN. 

CAREN SCHOENBERG — p. 150 . 

WENDY SCHROEDER — p. 150 — Girls Concert Chorus 1; Drama 
Club 1; Majorettes 2; AFS 3,4; ACT 3,4; Guidance Aid 1,2,3; Art Club 
1,2. 

CHIEKO SEKI — p. 151 — AFS Exchange Student 4, NHS 4 ; Library 
Aid 4; Benefit Folk Concert 4. 

SCOTT N. SEMEL — p. 150 — Wrestling 1,2; Football 1; Track 4; Ski 
Club 2; Radio Club 1,2; French Club 1; Science Interaction Commit- 
tee 3,4; MASACKSIC Business 2,3. 

DEBRA LYNN SHAPIRO — p. 120 — Pep Club 1; FTA 1,2,3,4; Vice- 
President 3; Student Hostesses 1,2; Insight "70" 3. 
KEVIN SCOTT SKRABANEK — p. 151 — Skrubby — AVA Club 2,3; 
Ski Club 1,2,3; Radio Club 1,2; Outing Club 2,3; Rod and Gun Club 1, 
2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Rifle Team 2,3,4. 
DONNA C. SMIGELSKI — Smiggs — p. 151 . 



CHRISTOPHER J. SMITH — p. Intramurals 3,4. 

RONALD SMITH — Wheezer — X-Country 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; 

Track 1,2,3,4; Outing Club 3,4. 

LEONARD J. SOPHINOS — Greek — p. 122 — Soccer 1; Explorers 

Club 3,4. 

LIONEL LAPOINTE STEIGER — Les — p. 151 — Baseball 1; Golf 2,3, 

4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Explorers Club 3,4; Class Council 3,4. 

JANE ELLEN STEINBERG — p. 151 — FTA 1,2; French Club 1,2; 

Spanish Club 3; Softball Team 2,3,4; Business Club 4; Explorers 

Club 3,4; Ski Club 2; Bookstore 4; Glee Club 1,2; Office Aid 1,2,3. 

ROBERT STREMPEL — p. 151. 

JEANNE SWANSON — p. 151. 

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CAROLYN TAPP — p. 131. 

WENDY JO TARIFF — p. 151 — Eeyore — French Club 3; OUTLET 3, 
4; Explorers Club 3,4. 

DAVID TAYLOR — p. 134 — Student Advisory Committee 4; Director 
and producer of Leukemia Benefit Concerts 3,4. 
JANET ELIZABETH TAYLOR — p. 121 — Keyettes 2,3; Secretary 3; 
Drill team 2,3; Co-Captain 3; Captain 4; Leaders Club 4; NHS 4; Ski 
Club 2; Pep Club 3; Student Hostesses 3; French Club 1,2,3; Girls 
State Alternate 3; Explorers Club 3,4; Ecology 2,3; ACT 3,4; Science 
Interaction Committee 3,4. 

LEIGH ANTONY TAYLOR — Thumper — p. 129 — Girls Concert Cho- 
rus 1,2,3; Chichester Chorus 1,2,3; Riding Club 1; AFS 1; Latin Club 
1,2,3,4; Chess Club 2; JET JOTTER 2,3,4; OUTLET 4; NHS 4; Book- 
store 4. 

PATRICIA ANNE TEHAN — Pat — p. 133 — Keyettes 2; Intramurals 
1,2,3,4; Ski Club 1; Explorers Club 3,4; Student Hostesses 3; Ecology 
Club2. 

ROSS THERRIEN — p. 151 — AFS 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1; Art Club 2; 
Explorers Club 3,4. 

GAILTHORBURN — Mud — p. 128 — Gymnastics 1; Swim Team 1,2; 
Tennis Team 1,2,4; Student Council 1; Class Council 1; Explorers 
Club 3,4, Vice-President 3. 

ANDREA TINDAL — Tit — p. 151 — Explorers Club 3,4; Swim Team 
1,2,3,4; Gym Team 1,2,3,4. 

MICHAEL JOHN TOUGIAS — Toug — p. 152 — Soccer 1,2,3; Wres- 
tling 1,2; Student Council 1,3; Class Council 2,4; Rod and Gun Club 
2; Explorers Club 3,4, President 3,4; S.O.A.P. 
LISA TOWER — p. 136 — MASACKSIC 3. 

PATIENCE ANN TRACY — p. 122 — Explorers Club 3,4, Secretary 3, 
4. 

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SANDY URSTADT — Starving — p. 152 — Honor Society 1,2; AFS 2 
4; Explorers Club 3,4; Ecology Club 2; Drill Team 4; Pep Club 4- In- 
tramurals 4. 

— V — 

JUDY VIGNEAULT — p. 137 — Explorers Club 3,4. 

— W — 

SUE WALDMAN — p. 152 — Majorettes 2,3; Guidance Aid 3; Book- 
store 3; AFS 3,4; Explorers Club 3,4; Fashion Show 4; Art fair 4. 
JOHN WALROND — Band 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3,4. 
JOHN WARREN — p. 152. 

NEAL BERRY WEBBER — Flick — p. 152 — Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Soccer 
1,3,4; Lacrosse 1,2; Class Council 1,2,3,4; Class Vice President 1; 
MASACKSIC 2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Key Club 2,3,4; NHS 4. 

DEBRA WEBSTER — Debbie — p. 137 — Majorettes 2,3,4: Daisy 
weeds 4; Explorers Club 3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4; Musicals 3; Fashion 
Show 2,4; PepClub 1; Intramurals 3. 

NANCY KAREN WEINER — p. 152 — Office Aid 1 ; Explorers Club 3,4. 
JOAN WELCH — p. 136 — Pep Club 1,2,3; Outing Club 2; Drill Team 
4; Ski Team 3,4; Swim Team 4; Explorers Club 3,4; Track Team 4; 
Daisy Weeds 4; Intramurals 3; Ski Club 1,2.3. 

ANDREW JAY WENER — Andy — p. 134 — Key Club 3.4; Wrestling 2; 
Mens Chorus 1,2; Lyrics 3,4. 

DAVID WENNING — p. 152 — Intramurals 1,2.3; Jesters 2.3; Ecology 
Club4. 

ROSEMARY E. WESTON — p. 152 — French Club 1.2; Ski Club 2; AFS 
1,2,3,4; Outing Club 3,4; Office Aid 2; Girls Concert Chorus 1,4; Lyr- 
ics 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 3; Drama Club 4; Ecology 2; Pep Club 3; Key- 
ettes 3. 
STEPHEN WHELAN — p. 152 — Chess Club 1, Intramurals 3.4; 




THOMAS MONAGHAN GLYNN, JR. 

JUNE 11, 1954-NOVEMBER6, 1972 



Tommy Glynn lived a very full life. To say that he was never sad and confused, bitter or regretful, will do him 
no justice. But he saw these moments in their perspective. He knew the value of life and he loved it. He knew 
that the meaningfullness of his existence could only be found in loving the people and ideals closestto him. His 
parents, his brothers and sisters, and his friends were all representatives and mirrors of his love of life." 

Phil Glynn 



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"LIFE IS THE REACHING OUT AND TOUCHING SOMEONE TO SHOW THEM YOU CARE. LIFE HAS TO BE THAT.' 

TOMMY GLYNN 




IN FOND MEMORY 

OF 

MICHAEL ALLAN 

LEFEBVRE 

NOVEMBER 24, 1953 
MAY 22, 1970 



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Business Club4. 

MARCUS WHITE — p. 152 — Outward Bound 1,2; Football 2,3; Swim 
Team 2,3,4; Lacrosse 1,2,3,4; German Club 1,2,3; Outing Club 4; 
Intramurals 1,2. 

WELLS W. WHITNEY — Skip — p. 153 — Soccer 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3, 
4; NHS 4; Key Club 3,4; Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Intramural 1,2. 
RICHARD STEVEN WIEDMAN — Rick — p. 153 — Key Club 3,4; Swim 
Team 3,4; Lyrics 2,3,4; Class Council 3.4; NHS 3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3. 
JONATHAN WILKINSON — Soccer 1,2,3; Swimming 2,3,4; Captain 
3,4; Lacrosse 2; Intramurals 2; Track 3,4; Indian Exchange Program 
3. 

STEVEN JAY WINER — p. 132 — Jet Jotter 3,4; Managing Editor 4; 
Student Council 4; Wind Ensemble 1,2; Basketball 1; NHS 3,4. 
SCOTTP.WINGARD— p. 153— Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1; Track 4. 
DAVID ERWIN WOOD. 

MARY WOODS — p. 153 — Riding Club 1,2; Future Nurses 3,4; Ju- 
nior Red Cross 3,4. 



— Y — 

KURT YAFFE — Yaf — p. 153 — Track 3,4; Swim Team 3,4; Key Club 
3,4. 

STEVEN ROSS YOUNG — p. 153 — Basketball 1; Key Club 2,3; Musi- 
cals 3; Lyrics 2,3,4; Jet Jotter 2,3,4; Leaders Club 4; Contori 4; Ten- 
nis Team 2; Swim Team 3,4; Mens Chorus 1; NHS 3,4. 

— Z — 

MICHAEL ZELLER — p. 153 — Soccer 1,2,3; Track 3,4. 

WILLARD EMERSON ZENATY — Zenats — p. 153 — Soccer 1,2,3; 

Tennis 3; Key Club 3,4; Lyrics 3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3; Mens Chorus 1, 

2; Spring Soccer 3; Intramurals 3,4. 

ALAN ZIFF — Azion — p. 153. 

LANE F. ZIFF — p. 153 — NHS 4. 

BILLZUCKER. 




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CLASS OF 
1976 



H.R. 210,211,212: ROW 1; K. Antal, H. Catuagno, M. Carter, S. Cahill, W. Chernick, 
J. Chase, S. Chase, J. Bridge, B. Canavan. ROW 2; S. Broderick, H. Baldwin, M. 
Cain, B. Brush, J. Chidsey, S. Chapdelaine, G. Clug, T. Bliss. ROW 3; K. Dorshei- 
mer, Mr. McCarthy, S. Burkhart, D. Cantalini, J. Cantalini, B. Blinn, B. Lowe. ROW 
4; L. Contos, S. Abdow, S. Carney. J. Appleman, R. Robbins, M. Flotkin. 



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H.R. 213, 214, 215, 216: ROW 1; P. Eriburg, C. Golaski, E. Knights, J. Hacker, A. Eagan, M.L. Grogan, B. Lowe, J. Fein, L. Haag, L Haberman, 
L. Gentas, N. Leonard, P. Holmes, B. James. ROW 2; B. Ilglorski, J. Holomon, S. Goldstein, P. Catsanacos, B. Johnson, M. Goldsmith, P. Ka- 
gen, W. Haberman, D. Kassoy, J. Hochberg, M. Goodless, L. Keddy, A. Frangie, M. Earl. ROW 3; L. Gomez, B. Evans, R. Kelly, M. Flocken, R. 
Greenbaum, P. Goldapper, A. Kobrowsky, D. Finestone, E. Dwyer, J. Glaser, D. Lockman, D. Licht, D. Havens, M. Lockerby, B. Jarrett, N. Laf- 
ler, N. Goodwin, T. Haring, G. Delvechio, E. Foley. ROW 4; D. Ho, P. Kellogg, D. Katz, C. Ferraro. M. Kars, S. Epstein. L. Ely, S. Kimball, D. Li- 
sowski, L. Lukas, B. Hubley, C. Lucas, N. Leery, S. Howard, C. Laly, J. Couzan, H. Elsbree, J. Finch, L. Haywood. ROW 5; G. Gray, B. Hurwitz, L. 
Horowitz, J. Frazo, W. Fuller, P. Kasle, T. Hersh, J. Elsworth, G. Janes, D. Krug, E. Levin, D. Hanifin, S. Horowitz, D. Hanifin, B. Edwards, T. 
Janik, E. Fitzgerald, J. Lacrity, D. Lucas, R. Krazner, D. Landers, P. Lowe, M. Garafalo, K. Luthrin, M. Levitt, J. Fenton. 




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H.R. 223, 224, 225: ROW 1; C. Murphy, D. Padwater, B. Packer, C. Pelmas, A. Milesky, J. Magnan, D. Rosenberg, S. Romer. ROW 2; M. Rach- 
ele, R. McNally, L. Nichols, M. Quimby, N. McCann, L. Rapalus, L. Sachsse, J. Pezza, P. McNally, B. Pratt, C. Madsen, S. Nestel, J. Mass, B. 
Mentor, T. McKenna, J. Meade, R. Micucci, M. Mendel. ROW 3; N. Pratt, J. Mooney, B. Milar, S. Robbins, M. McKeon, L. Roth, B. Roden, T. 
Orenstein, D. Mech, M. McNair, K. Milroy, J. Pelletier, R. Robbins, D. Markell, B. Porro, R. O'Conner. ROW 4; C. Pappas, A. Rossiter, P. Quinn, 
L. Roy, R. Mader, J. Murphy, K. Petroff, J. Sarant, S. Musen, B. Marvel, L. Quinto, S. Mannix, L. Mororey, M. Paulson, C. Merrill, T. Morris, J. 
Panto, E. Michelman, M. Milstein, G. Sarver, J. Morace, V. O'Reilly, S. Simon, J. McCosker, P. Myers, J. Nichols, J. Marron, T. Ricco, J. Robi- 
novitz, G. Narriff. 



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are Jamie Cantalini, President, 

Vice President Mimi Carter, Secretary Kim Sturgis, and David Finestone, Treasurer. 





H.R. 226,227,228: ROW 1; P. Sherman, B. Zeller, A. Steigar, P. Springet, R. Wingard, J. Stewart. S. Williams, W. 
Warren, S. Wolfson. ROW 2; D. Taylor, M. Whalen, B. White, L. Winer, P. Shoemaker. L. White, L. Sullivan, M. 
Wernick, B. Shube, K. Stearns. ROW 3; C. Shore, B. Upsinger, J. Vangness, J. Webber, J. Seaman, B. Weinstein, 
S. Urdanoff, K. Williams, B. Semel. ROW 4; D. Welden, M. Wagner, L. Stevens, C. Weston, J. Sullivan, S. Weiss, P. 
Southworth, B. Shenas, M. Walker, M. Till, Mr. Anzalotti, M. Souhlier, Mr. Griftin. 

H.R. 142,146: ROW 1; L. Butterfield, C. Bowles, J. Bronner, V. Bott, J. Amatruda, H. Brown, L. J. Bills, B. Bren- 
non, B. Abbott, J. Brand, S. Cairns, B. Beckwith, D. Bell. ROW 2; S. Burnell, V. Barr, M. Bernstein. D. Bergman. 
K. Aye, T. Baldwin, C. Baker. S. Anunziato, T. Anders, M. Bernardi, B. Bedell. ROW 3; B. Benson, M. Burns, M. 
Arenius, C. Bashwitz, L. Asselin, J. Basile, B. Blackwell, G. Badach. T. Baum, J. Beigel. ROW 4; S. Black, J. Barr, 
H. Brandwene. W. Atwood, C. Abrahamson, C. Amy, D. Adriance, J. Cambi. S. Barger. 



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dent Debbie Snyder, Secretary Julie Vayer, and Treasurer Charlie Epstein. 
These four led the way toward further accomplishments by the Sophomore 
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H.R. 147, 148: ROW 1; P. Dorman, S. Cress, D. Daley, C. Craven, A. Cohen, L. Emma. ROW 2; H. Cutler, R. Dodge, C. Cohen, J. Coughlin, J. 
Chabot, R. Ellis, R. Cohen, S. Ellis. ROW 3; B. Cohen, C. Felper, D. Ferrara, D. Crosby, J. Cramer, B. Emery, W. Erickson, P. Dyer, A. Craver, S. 
Cramer, S. Cimini, B. Dolan, P. Curto, W. Atwood. ROW 4; C. Eisner, S. Finestein, D. Chalk, S. Dane, C. Epstein, J. Cloud, P. Draymore, D. 
Ditmar, B. Craig, G. Connor, C. Cervaney, S. Collins, J. Campanella, G. Chaput, V. Cassamasse. H.R. 149, 240: ROW 1; H. Hobdell, C. Grogan, 

C. Hamilton, D. Frank, J. Haddad, D. Green, B. Goodman. ROW 2; M. Hannigan, C. Harland, M. Fleming, J. Haddad, C. Gill, M. Fossa. ROW 3; 

D. Hastings, S. Cimini, L. Hale, G. Fontaine, C. Havens, L. Fredette. ROW 4; R. Dodge, A. Greenberg, J. Finch, H. Getzov, F. Gironda, J. Gabby, 
C. Freuh. ROW 5; R. Hie, R.E. Hoffman, D. Fontaine, M. Goldstein. ROW 6; Jerre Hoffman, B. Freedman, J. Gibson, D. Hamilton, W. Hatch. 
ROW 7; M. Harney, E. Holman, M. Harrington. 




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Charlie Epstein, Janet Amatruda, Judy Cramer, Jo-Ann Haddad, Jonathan Pava, 
Steve Cramer, Frank Gironda, Bob Petroff, Eve Pratt, Howie Lincoln, Mark Tougias, 
Steve Weitz, Cynnie Lyon, and Dave Margolis. As of January, the first and last block 
Open Door Proposal had been okayed by Mr. Craver. 



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ROW 3; K. Lemnios, C. Loos, P. Lewia, J. Kryasten. ROW 4; V. Lloyd-Rees, C. Kelly, S. Knisely, T. Kusiak, L. Loizzo.A. Loughman. ROW 5; M. 
Krach, Mr. Kahan, D. Jenson, M. Humphrey, K. Horner, K. Litch, B. Laub, H. Lincoln, F. Lincoln. ROW 6; Mr. Ostrander, E. Machon, V. Jarrett. 
J. Lyons, J. Lavin. ROW 7; N. Kassanos, P. Hopfe, K. Huot, L. Kaufman, A. Hower. 





H.R. 244,246: ROW 1; S. Pearl, B Rappaport, D. Payne. ROW 2; B. Petroff, R. Mattocks, D. Radke, L. Odentz, S. Pettersen, J. Philbin, H. Nuger, 
P. McNeil, J. Myers, L. Nissenbaum, L. Nolan. ROW 3; J. Rahn, B. Pollard, P. Morad, J. Nolet, B. Perkins, J. Mosher, F. Maddux, M. Morrissey, 
T. Nelson, D. Margolis, T. Marcoulier, J. Mannix, C. McCray, K. Miller, E. Pratt, J. Milroy, J. Marcot, C. Mullen, M. Masdea. ROW 4; L. Parad- 
zick, J. Palastu, R. Pelmas, M. McGeoghan, J. Mulvey, D. Muth. 


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Freshman Class Council: ROW 1; Mimi Carter, Nancy Baldwin. ROW 2; Linda Sachesse, Constance Murphy, Kim Sturgis, David Finestone, Ed 
Dwyer. ROW 3; Laurie Lukas, Larry Dwight, Jamie Cantalini, Bob Walters, Peggy Shoemaker, Sue Chase, Lisa Winer. (Missing; Don Hanifin, 
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H.R. 247, 249, 250: ROW 1; S. Thompson, C. Urstadt, L. Stover, J. Vayer, C. Springet, G. Robbins, P. Solomon, D. Snyder, M. Reid, L. Smith, D. 
Smith. ROW 2; L. Southworth, K. Ribble, C. Smith, J. Reardon, K. Sanford, P. Wood. S. Simon, N. Silver, B. Robinson, B. Rooke, P. Winer, L. 
Walker, K. Sweeney, K. Wardlaw. ROW 3; A. Thai, D. Weiner, D. Vechiarelli, L. King, S. Twible, B. Sweitzer, D. Ryan, C. Teeling. M. Woods. B. 
Zurbato, J. Walrond, S. Weitz, G. Rommell. ROW 4; L. Sousa, E. Williams, K. Warshaw, S. Winer, M.J. Riley, E. Wiatrowski. J. Sadow, P. Wil- 
liams, E. Silverman, M. Rush, P. Skrabonick, J. Sadler, M. Ryerson, J. Walsh. D. Webbler, G. Sullivan, C. Whitney, J. Reardon, L. Wilson, S. 
Yanne, J. Woodman, R. Weiss. ROW 5; R. Robinson, S. Wolkowitz, P. Vangness, M. Togias, D. Skeleton, R. Schwartz. K. Strassburger, J. Web- 
ber, V. Schermerhorn, B. Taylor, P. Staples. H.R. 114: ROW 1; Sonny Alston. Dave Bibeau, Lynn Abhrams. ROW 2; Cheryl Bachand. Joan 
Arenius, Kathy Biggins, Dave Bennet, Kevin Ambrose, Ricky Berg, Hilary Bergman, Renee Bennet, Tim Bailey, Steve Bailey. Sara Blakeman. 
Miss Lynch, Lynn Anderson. 




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H.R. 115: ROW 1; Pam Bryer, Jeff Campbell, Ray Cacciatore, Mark Campbell, Mike Cairns, Laurie Chabot, Celia Canavan, Ann Chapdelaine. 
Sue Bonchi, Mark Broverman, Randi Bussin, Karen Campbell, Rochelle Broomfield. ROW 2; Brian Burke. George Burke, Scott Clark, Gary 
Clay, Ned Chamberlain, Dave CI i mo, Mike Buscemi, Dave Cain, Cheryl Chidsey, Erica Broman. 

H.R. 116: ROW 1; Richard Cordis, Mark DeStephano, Lynne Connors, Bob Denning, Nick Curto, Anne Dibble, Dean Craig, Jeff Condon, 
Brooke Darden, Randi Cohen, Karen Colontoni, Jane Davis, Karen Cloutman, Jeanne Cushman, Pauline Coughlin. ROW 2; Steve Cohen. 
Dan Debien, Richard Coburn. 



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Missing: H.R. 210; J. Aivalis, D. Albert, K. Athas, S. Baker, R. Baron, W. Bassett, M. Bendit, H. Berinstein, M. Bernstein, J. Betit, D. Beyer, A. 
Bonnell, G. Bostwick, P. Breed, C. Breyette, S. Brish, S. Broadbent, A. Brooks. H.R. 211; N. Broverman, M. Budington, S. Burkhart, K. Camp- 
bell, S. Cartwright, R. Castagna, J. Chasens, J. Chiz, A. Cohen, J. Cohen, M. Cohen, R. Cohen, M. Collard. H.R. 212; R. Columbus, W. Condon, 
B. Connell, D. Connor, W. Cooling, S. Corcoran. C. Coretsopoulus, D. Craig, K. Currier, D. D'agostino, S. Dane, A. Daskalakis, M. Davidson, S. 
Davis, S. Decker, L. Defelice, S. Degersdorff, B. Demarey, M. Destefano, G. Dibiaso, H. Dickstein, J. Dillon, G. Ditomassi, S. Donner, R. Dunk- 
er. J. Durocher, L. Dwight, J. Conniff, T. Curto. H.R. 213; T. Ellsworth, M. Feen, J. Fieldstein, D. Fitzgerald, G. Flocken, P. Foerster. H.R. 214; 
M. Garofalo, E. Grant, M. Gray, A. Greene, J. Hhelm. H.R. 215; K. Huck, R. Jacobson, S. Jalonen, M. Knapp. H.R. 222; E. LaBroad, P. Levi, G. 
Levinsky, C. Loughman, M. Lussier. H.R. 223; R. Malmstrom, P. Mattocks, E. Meader. H.R. 224; G. Muratore, L. Pace. H.R. 225; J. Ranahan, J. 
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H.R. 118: ROW 1; Brian Durocher, Joe Frangie, Jim Duclos, Debbie Fenton, Jamie Dunlevy, Debbie Dwight, Mark Fieldstein. ROW 2; Mark 
Farrell, Gail Fitzpatrick, Debbie Evans, Jessica Fitzgerald, Linda Ferguson, Ellen Foley, Phyllis Epstein. ROW 3; Brad Faber, Jim Donovan, 
John Fleming, Joe Fredette, Dale Fontaine, Mr. Cobbs, (Missing: Glenn Elliot, Robin Emery, Dina Fein, Curtis Fisher, Ken Dorsheimer). H.R. 
121: ROW 1; Barbi Green, Ruth Goldberg, June Gray, Debbie Gorenflo. ROW 2; Peter Gordenstein, Mai Frisbie, Jeff Greenleaf, Paul Guter- 
man, Margie Grayboff, Sue Genden, Linda Gloth, Nancy Fredette, Fradelle Greenbaum. ROW 3; Frank Gifford, Mrs. Ellis, Linda Greenberg, 
Cindy Guertin, Judy Gamble, Jeanne Glover. ROW 4; Mike Grillo, Henry Glinski. (Missing: Paul Gonelli, Clyde Gill, Jane Goodman, Gary Gold- 
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Pava, M. Peet, S. Plummer, A. Ramsey, P. Rathbun. H.R. 247; L. Ring, M. Schube, A. Shammash, R. Stiles, M. Taylor, C. Vecchiarelli. H.R. 
250; D. Williams, L.Wolfson. 



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H.R. 123: ROW 1; Nancy Hunt, Beth Hirschhaut, Nadine Hall, Louise Jackson, Joanne lennaco, ROW 2; Bob Harrington, Sue Jacobs, Barbara 
Holmes, Cindy Hubley, Scott Hamilton, Jim Hunter, John Hart, ROW 3; Sue Huck, Curt Hayes, Bill Halloman, Marijo Hanifin, Carol Herman, 
Dale Hyman, Jim Hart, Mr. Lynch, Don Howard, Scott Hull, Sue Haring (MISSING) Neil Heywood, Frank Hurley, Amy Hochman). 
HR. 124: ROW 1; Judy Lan, Diane Keddy, Nancy Kelly, Dick Jones, Jim Kimball, Amy Leavitt, Denise Lamoureux, Margie Kent, Letty Kenne- 
dy, ROW 2; Nancy Krug, Liz Knapp, Martha Jakobek, Joann Karelitz, Kaaren Jalonen, Mark King, Mark Laushway, Reg LaMothe, Diane Kar- 
povich, Dave LaBroad, Jon Kantor, John Lafler, ROW 3; Matt Leathern. 



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President George Smith, Vice-President 
George Yerrall, Secretary Margie 
Grayboff, and Treasurer Kathy Biggins. 
With the aid of these four and the 
Junior Class Council, the Junior Open 
Door Program started in November. 





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H.R. 125: ROW 1; Peter Maglathlin, Dave Levitt, Sue Liden, Patrice Magnan ROW 2; Debra Leone, Linda Lilie, Lynn Lucas, Goerge Levine, 
Cathy Mahon, Linda Margolis, Marianne MacArther, Ford Madden ROW 3; Mark Lucey, Ray Lockrow, Ken Mantha, Mark Lucas, Mark Lock- 
ner, Jim Leland, Rick Licnt, Ron Littlefield, Mr. Mccunough. 

H.R. 126: ROW 1; J. Morrissy, Mr. Morissette, L. Muller, J. Moran, D. Mendus, B. Mathisin, G. Meder, B. Mitchell, B. McCarthy, M. J. Markari- 
an, C. Moran, A. Milano, M. Moren, N. McGrath, P. Marini, K. Meder, L. Merzigian, M. Morisi, S. Medalie, B. McNair, M. Meserve. ROW 2; Jay 
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Missing from Sophomore and Freshman homerooms: H.R. 226; W. Shube, B. Schwartz, R. Sears, D. Shapiro, R. Shaponik, M. Sheffield, C. 
Shimel, J. Silansky, A. Sivek, R. Skolo, M. Slowey, J. Smith, L. Smith, J. Solomon, G. Sophinos, M. Souliere, W. Staubach, W. Stearns, D. 
Shambo, H.R. 227; P. Steinman, G. Stollstorff, S. Strempel, K. Sturgis, B. Suporman, E. Taylor, M. Taylor, G. Thomas, G. Tober, M. Tower, K. 
Trantor, T. Tripp, D. Vorenberg, T. Walsh, R. Walters. H.R. 228; R. Welsh, D. Wheeler, L. Weidman, R. Williams, J. Woods, M. Yacovone. H.R. 
142; P. Amy, L. Anderson, J. Andrews, J. Atamian, K. Barnes, W. Barton. H.R. 146; K. Bavelas, N. Brinkman, A. Brunton, D. Bryer. H.R. 147; F. 
Caruso, E. Chabot, C. Cohn, D. Colantoni, D. Craaybeck. H.R. 148; H. Crawford, C. Delvecchio, G. Destephano, T. Dinovis, P. Erikson, K. Fer- 
ris, S. Feinstein. H.R. 149; L. Flood, J. Foggle, R. Framarin, D. Frank, A. Fromer, C. Gilbert, A. Gilman, E. Gomez, S. Fishman, M. Fowler. H.R. 
240; P. Greenberg, C. Guild, D. Haerry, M. Harland. H.R. 242; B. Hull, B. Knapp, G. Kobrosky, B. Kraft, S. Krygowski, D. Kwartler. H.R. 243; M. 
LaBroad, M. Landers, L. Locario, M. Lowe, J. MacKay. 




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H.R. 127: ROW 1; Linda Picard, Sally Ness, Kim Murray, Grace Murphy, Bette Nakos, Nancy Perkins, Lori Polep, Andrea Paquette, Mary O'- 
Connor, Laura Novitt, Evan Plotkin, Dave Peck, Dave Perlow, Dan Pinsonault, Corey Odentz, Mike Plummer, Greg Petrides. 
H.R. 1.30: ROW 1; Margie Schnitzer, Robin Rothstein, Shelly Rosenbloom. Tricia Rooke. Meg Riker, ROW 2; David Porro, Mr. Griffin. Bill Ric- 
co, Kathy Kotn, Bob Rinaldi, Ron Pratte, David Rubin, Guy Rochford, Connie Romell, Jeff Rosenthal, Bruce Robinovitz, Lainey Rappaport, 
Karl Schneider, Larry Schiffrin, Linwood Potter, Rick Ratner. 



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Class Council: ROW 1; Debbie Dwight. Amy Allison, ROW 2; George Smith, Brian Durocher, Celia Canavan, Ellen Foley, Kathy Biggins, 
Margie Grayboff, ROW 3; Kris Yacovone, Mai Frisbie, Ernie Taddei, Mike Sisitsky, George Yerrall, Linda Lilie, David Cain (Missing; Sue Bon- 
chi, Dave Levitt, Karen Tober). 



The advisors of the Class of 74 are Mrs. Allison and Mr. Lemelin. Thanks to the superb efforts of this crew, 
the Junior Open Door Program was initiated the earliest ever in the history of L.H.S. 




H.R. 131: ROW 1; Jodi Steinman, Sue Stephan, Holly Shaprio, Jennifer Smith, Polly Southworth, Pam Snyder, Cheryl Siano, Sue Stewart, 
Mary Dean Scott. ROW 2; Mike Sisitsky, Neal Sivek, Andy St. Pierre, George Smith, Chris Shepard, Larry Stone, Howard Shultz. (Missing: B. 
Silverman, D. Smrcka, G. Solomon, C. Spallino, D. Stein, B. otoier, J. Sullivan, J. Sweeney.; 

H.R. 132: ROW l;Carla Verrilli, Laurie Webler, Jim Warren, Eva Veitenheimer, Jeff Vecchiarelli, Barb Taylor, Mr. Manheim, Wes VanDeWater, 
Karen Weigel, Rachel Swirski, Karen Tober, Ernie Taddei, Joe Thompson, Roy Urdanoff, (Missing; I. Weinstein, B. Warren, S. Welch). 



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man, George Yerrall, Maureen Young, Kris Yacovone, Cindy 
Wenz. Leo Woods, Andy White, Janet Woodman, Dave Young, 
Sheila Williams. (Missing; Bill Woods, Karen Williams, Jams 
Worth, Stephen Williams.) 







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"From Ato Z — Zundell's has it." 

ZUNDELL HARDWARE CO. 

770 Main Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



UNDERWOOD PRESS INC. 

34 Hampden Street 
Springfield, Mass. 01103 

"We print everything, but money." 




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FORBES AND WALLACE 



GREATER SPRINGFIELD AREA 



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1255 Sumner Ave. Springfield, Mass. 
'All tied up? Let Earl's rescue you. 




Your 

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People make news. Events change daily 
and the need to know changes with each 
passing day. Your newspaper is the basic 
source of news and we publish more of it 
than all local radio and television stations 
combined. Keep yourself informed. You'll 
be a more interesting person. 

SPRINGFIELD NEWSPAPERS 

• UNION morning 

• DAILY NEWS evening 

• REPUBLICAN Sunday 

Largest Newspapers In Massachusetts, Outside Boston. 



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"You're safe with us." 



'Good thing I'm covered." 



HILLARD J. ARONSON, INC. 

LIFE ESTATE ANALYSTS AND CONSULTANTS 

399 State Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



CHASE, CLARKE, STEWART 
INSURANCE 

95 State Street 788-453 1 

Springfield, Mass. 



LYNCH for LUMBER 

and 

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Up to 25° o SAVINGS — NEVER UNDERSOLD on Cash & Carry 

DAILY DELIVERIES AVAILABLE 

202 DAY ST. WEST SPRINGFIELD 739-4781 






'Everybody wants what Phil has. 

KIMMELL'S 

BAKERY AND DELICATESSEN 








'Buzz into the Bee Hive. 



BLAKE'S 



PIONEER VALLEY REAL ESTATE 



471 Longmeadow St. 
Longmeadow, Mass. 

"THE SIGN OF SUCCESS." 




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R. E. PHELON 
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East Longmeadow, Mass. 



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SAM'S GLASS WORKS 

62-64 Fremont St. 

1067 E.Columbus Ave. 

Springfield, Mass. 01 105 

733-4125 



"Let us Frame You." 



HAMPDEN PIPE & SUPPLY INC. 

232 Albany Street 
Springfield, Mass. 01101 

"Piping is our Business" 



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BRIGHTWOOD HARDWARE 

794 Williams Street 
at the Longmeadow Mall 

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'We're Ready For Your Prescription" 

LONGMEADOW PHARMACY 



Clothiers for Fine Gentlemen 
Bay State West 



Longmeadow Street 
Longmeadow, Mass. 



WINNIE'S TEXACO 



GILBERT'S BOOK STORE 



410 Longmeadow Street 

"You Can Trust Your Car to 

Winnie Who Wears the Star" 



716 Bliss Road 
Longmeadow Shops 

'For Deep Intellectual Material' 



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OLIVER AUTO BODY CO. 



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DISTINCTIVE 



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"Scatter Sunshine with a Sunshine Card' 





"Reiter makes it Right" 

REITER OLDSMOBILE 

34 Sumner Avenue 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




OFFICES AND PRODUCTION FACILITIES: 

• TOPEKA, KANSAS 

• VISALIA, CALIFORNIA 

• WINNIPEG, MANITOBA 

• CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE 

• STATE COLLEGE, PENNSYLVANIA 




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Longmeadow, Mass. 



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408 

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"Pick up a twin pack here" 



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GIFT SHOP 



WE SPECIALIZE IN PRODUCTS FROM 
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214 NO. MAIN STREET 

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"Service with a Smile" 



ARMATA'S SUPERMARKET 



901 Shaker Rd. 
Longmeadow, Mass. 01 106 



"Chooze the Cheese Stop" 




911 Shaker Road 
Longmeadow, Mass. 01106 



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'Too Many Cooks Don't Spoil Our Bread" 

TOUGIAS BAKING CO. 

883 Liberty Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



"All Ready To Serve You" 

LONGMEADOW COMMUNITY 
MARKET 

138 Longmeadow Street 



MUSIC CITY 

Bay State West Eastfield Mall 

"Music madness at MUSIC CITY" 



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"We can record what any girl can say." 

PHILBIN STENOGRAPHIC SCHOOL AND SERVICE INC. 



77 Maple Street 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



BEAULIEU CHEVROLET 



BLISS PHARMACY 



707 State St. 
Springfield, Mass. 

"A classy chassis" 




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798 Williams Street in the Mai 

"For beauty . . . 
You can't miss at Bliss" 





'We're choosey, and Steiger's is 
our Choice" 

STEIGER'S 

Longmeadow Mall 



WINCHESTER AUTO SCHOOL 



807 Williams Street 
Longmeadow, Mass. 

'We are old fashioned and careful" 




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"Sweets to the Sweet" 

LONGMEADOW FLOWERS 

708 Bliss Road 

Longmeadow Mall 

Longmeadow 

567-3343 

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'Your Life will Start Dawning When you Buy at the Blue& White Awnings' 

KITTREDGE RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

2155 East Columbus Ave. 
Springfield, Mass. 



TOBER TOYOTA 

454 Boston Road 
Springfield, Mass. 

'This Joy will fix your Toy-ota' 



EDWARD WAYSIDE 
FURNITURE 

Boston Road — Springfield 



All the Comforts of Home' 





"For All of Those Muscle Strains' 
Compliments 

W. F. YOUNG INC. 

Manufacturer of 

ABSORBINEJUNIOR 

111 Lyman Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



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FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. 



• WICKERWARE HAVEN 

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PHALTZGRAFF STONEWARE 



CORNUCOPIA OF GIFTS 264 SHAKER RD. EAST LONGMEADOW 
413-525-4241 FORMERLY COUNTRY BOOTERY BUILDING. 



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"Where beautiful things happen. 



REPUBLIC OIL 






167 Albany Street 

Springfield. Massachusetts 

736-3459 

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Formal Wear Rentals from one 

of New England's largest and 

most modern showrooms. 

208 Walnut Street 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

734-8777 

Something for everyone 

from Top hat and Tails to the 

very latest in formal wear. 



The toast of the town — COLLEGE FORMALS " 



ORR CADILLAC 

10 Mill Street 
Springfield. Massachusetts 

'Cadillac by Orr — The Class of '73' 



ARKAY 



Main Street 

Springfield. Mass. 

'You're O.K. in Arkay' 



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PRESTIGE REALTORS 

MLS — Choice Residential & Commercial RE 
41 1 Dickinson St. — Springfield — 788-0985 
799 Williams St. — Longmeadow — 567-6241 




'We Print Whatever Can Be Said' 

BETTER LETTER SERVICE 

47 Union Street 
West Springfield, Mass. 



MAX OKUN FURNITURE 

1095 Main Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



MR. MICHAEL C.SAAB 

Compliments to the 
class of 1973 




'Where you're ratings will soar 
with Max Okun's Store" 



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William Forrest 




IN STITCHES 




FORREST INSURANCE AGENCY 




138 Shaker Road 




1 194 Parker Street — Springfield 




East Longmeadow, Mass. 






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"Swing in a Sting Ray from Central." 

CENTRAL CHEVROLET 

675 Memorial Avenue 
West Springfield, Massachusetts 



FREDRICK'S JEWELERS 



Baystate West 
Springfield, Mass. 

'Rings on your fingers at Fredricks' 



Telephone "732-2351 




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WEST SPRINGFIELD 
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH, INC. 

434 MEMORIAL AVE. WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. OIOB9 



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FRIGIDAIRE 

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Sale* and Serrice 

Springfield. Maae 



EASY 
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89» Main Slrrel 



WEGIEL TRAVEL SERVICE 



1985 Main Street 
Springfield, Mass. 

"I'M KAREN, TRAVEL WITH ME" 



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"FOR DYNAMITE DOMESTIC VALUES: THEY'RE SOLD ON STEARNS AND YERRALL" 

STEARNS AND YERRALL REALTORS 

153 Longmeadow Street Longmeadow, Mass. 




COCK OITSfi WALK 

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"CHOOSY GIFTS FOR THE CHOOSY" 





FAMILY HOBBY SHOP 



48 Shaker Road 
East Longmeadow, Mass. 

"HAVE POLLY PICK YOUR PAINTS" 





The sign of 

Teflemsm LeadeASltip 

IN WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 




'CHANNEL 22 LETS YOU VIEW THE BEST THAT'S BROUGHT TO YOU' 



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MASACKSIC 1973 



EDITORS IN CHIEF 
MICHAEL PEZZA — NEAL WEBBER 

ACTIVITIES 

JANICE DICKSTEIN 

Kim Murray — Kathy Sibbach — Seth Newton 

FACULTY 

WENDY WEISEND 

Elaine Gloth — Bob Melhorn 

SPORTS 

TOM PENDLETON — CAROL JOHNSON 

Michael Dunn — Bill Lavin — Kathy Bliss 

SENIORS 

PEGGY CURRAN — MARY DWYER 
Debbie Wingard 

UNDERCLASSMEN 

LINDA LAVIN 
Jane Goodman — Kristie Sanford 

ADS 

PETER GORDENSTEIN 
Carolyn Tapp — Robin Zundell 

STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Debi Bloom — Steve Barry — Fran Janik — Diane Denis 

ART 

Carol Madden — Dave Milfs 

FINANCES 
LIZ WELSH 

SALES 

PETER ELMER 

Jeff Leavitt 

PICTURE SCHEDULING 

Nancy Malconian — April Mazzarino 

ADVISOR 
MEL GRANT 

PHOTOGRAPHY CONSULTANT 
BROOKS JOHNSON 

DESIGN CONSULTANT 

DON LENDRY 

CREDITS 

Brooks Johnson — Erwin Hausamann — Warren Emerson 
Maria Getzov '73 — Jim Mills '73 — Peter Breed '76 



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